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Amid Brexit Fatigue, Hoteliers Converge in Manchester to Talk UK Market

By David Eisen

It's wild times in the UK. At least that's the perception of this here Yankee. Regardless of politics, ever since Jan. 20, 2017, the U.S. has been on a rambunctious ride of its own, and now, with the appointment of Boris Johnson as UK prime minister on July 24, 2019, the UK has gotten to join in the rollicking fun, as the calendar moves closer to Oct.

Seatrade Europe and Thomas Mielke In Conversation

By Thomas Mielke

Seatrade Europe recently spoke to Thomas Mielke, London-based Managing Director of AETHOS Consulting Group. Mielke will be moderating a panel discussion at the upcoming cruise conference to be held at the Hamburg Messe Hallen September 11-13, 2019.

How the UEFA Champions League Final Impacted Madrid Hotel Profits

By David Eisen

Hosting a premier sporting event isn't just a mark of stature—it can be a boon for the city's hotel industry. From the Super Bowl and the World Series in the U.S., to the World Rugby Sevens Series held in a variety of locations, from the UAE and South Africa, to New Zealand and Hong Kong, sporting events are a facilitator of traveler demand.

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