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A Passionate Professional from Puglia has a face-to-face with the Pandemic! Lessons from Italy

By L. Aruna Dhir

The current Pandemic is behaving whimsically with different people! Himmat Anand, a hotel owner friend has been sticking to his promise of reopening his Tree of Life resorts one after the other. He is also opening new resorts in a couple of locations in the portfolio of his second brand of hotels - A Dog's Story.

"For the hospitality industry to come out of the havoc, we all need to focus on building Ecosystems grounded on sustainable supply chains with scale, as well as create elaborative business models across the larger value chain and through strategic partnerships locally and with international entities."

Sustainability Week: EHL students lead the fight against waste on campus

By Julia Barbey

Global warming is an issue that the world has been facing for years, and time is running out. Every action we take has an impact on the environment and it is our responsibility to implement sustainable practices into our lives and into our campus.

ARC Bar: A Heart-Warming Story Of A Unique Concept Venue For The Able And Disabled

By Beatrice Venturini

Back in 2000, EHL launched its Student Business Project (SBP) module as an integral part of the final Bachelor year program. Its aim: to give students real-life, hands-on, practical experience of what it means to set up and run a business from every possible angle, in conjunction with the requirements of a business partner who has enlisted their help, insights and know-how.

European Hotel Investment Market: H1 2020

By Kimberly Yoong

When Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway sold all of its airline stocks in April, it appeared as an affirmation to some investors that the future of travel was on the rocks - while for others, it reignited discussions on whether the widely respected Orcale of Omaha had 'lost his touch'.

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