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How to attract young travelers to your hotel

Posted by Chloe Papas on Jun 26, 2019 5:00:00 PM

We know that young people aged between 18 and 35 are traveling more than any other generation did before them. They are traveling further and wider than their parents or grandparents, with a focus on new experiences and authenticity. While they have money to spend, millennials aren’t always the easiest to market to.

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Topics: Hotels, Insights

Take control of your staff learning with custom content

Posted by Emily Marr on Jun 21, 2019 5:10:38 PM

In the hospitality industry, employee turnover carves a pretty big dent on venue operating costs. In fact, Cornell’s Center for Hospitality Research has found that turnover costs the hospitality industry $5,864 per lost employee. That’s why Typsy set out to help hospitality businesses provide their staff with the necessary skills to ensure they stay for longer.

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Topics: Typsy updates, Training

How to be a barista - tips for beginners

Posted by Ana Cvetkovic on Jun 19, 2019 4:45:00 PM

Being a barista is one of the trickiest jobs in the restaurant industry. The barista is a hybrid role between the front of house and back of house that requires mastery of both customer service and coffee making skills.

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Topics: Career tips, Hotels, Staff, Restaurants

Airbnb: The share economy. How hotels can compete

Posted by Michael McKay on Jun 12, 2019 3:30:00 PM
When Airbnb hit the market in 2008 it started a revolution on how consumers travel. Now, after 10 years, how consumers choose where and how they stay in a destination has changed, and hotels have noticed. So, how can hotels compete in this rising share economy?
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Topics: Hotels, Insights

How to ensure digital savvy travelers convert on your hotel website

Posted by Jessica Thiefels on Jun 7, 2019 4:00:00 PM

Travelers are becoming increasingly digital, using apps to book their stay, digital boarding passes to get on a plane, and social media to research potential locations. They have all the information they could want at their fingertips and more options than they can count when choosing a place to lay their tired body at the end of the day - from homestays and couch surfing to house rentals and hotel rooms.

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Topics: Marketing, Hotels