COVID-19 has and continues to put many strains on the tourism sector, which came to a near standstill in 2020. As professionals and international associations are preparing themselves to restart and recover, they have a exceptional opportunity to rethink the role of tourism and rebuild a better, healthier and more resilient industry.
In order for our industry to continue to grow and thrive, we've got to continue to attract high-quality talent to the field. So, how do we bring in new talent? Members of HSMAI's Sales Advisory Board discussed their thoughts on a recent call.
As we think about future talent in our industry, there are a lot of concerning thoughts. How do we attract students? Has the pandemic discouraged students who were previously interested in hospitalit.
Revenue leaders have a lot on tsuch as planning and innovating to bring revenue back to pre-COVID levels. HSMAI hosted a virtual Brand Chief Revenue Officer Executive Roundtable, bringing together revenue executives to discuss some of the ways they're doing that.
The multi-campus experience When prospective students are deciding on what programs to pursue, they are often limited to specific universities, depending on whether their preferred institution offers the education and experience that they are looking for.
Milestone's experts Emily Brady, Sr. Manager Local SEO Solution, and Erik Newton, VP of Marketing, discussed key local marketing strategies for 2021. Attendees can use the insights discussed in the webinar and execute a more holistic approach to achieving online presence on search engines, maps, and local channels.
Today, nearly a year into our days of forced telecommuting and videoconferencing, the words ‘impact of COVID-19’ continue to ring in our ears. The hospitality industry has undoubtedly borne the brunt of this crisis, as many hotels across Europe continue to record single-digit occupancies, with average revenues per room down by nearly 70% in 2020.
The global pandemic has forced students and teachers out of their classrooms and into their homes, creating new virtual learning environments. These changes have helped to accelerate many exciting trends in education and technology that both teachers and students alike should embrace in order to be ready for the future of education and the workplace.
From day-to-day tasks to long-range planning, setting manufacturing goals and objectives can help a company refine their operation, improve efficiency, and reach the pinnacle of business success—long term, sustainable growth.
Time or money? Which does it take to clearly understand your estate’s performance? Unfortunately, there’s no easy answer. Getting an accurate view of where you are for a single property is hard enough.