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4 do’s and don'ts of great video training

Posted by Olivia Shainin on Jan 7, 2020 5:00:00 PM

When delivering training to your staff or students, it is important to keep in mind that the content has the greatest impact when what is delivered is both timely and relevant to your intended audience. To further the idea of delivering relevant content to your staff, custom content filmed at your venue can be both engaging and fun!

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Topics: Hotels, Insights, Schools, Restaurants, Training, Bars

5 top hotel trends in 2020

Posted by Samantha van Zweden on Jan 3, 2020 5:00:00 PM

Providing a hotel experience that’s memorable, comfortable and encourages return or referred business is a unique challenge. Hoteliers need to be across everything: outstanding sleeping and leisure spaces, great food and drink offerings, guest support that makes the most of both the hotel and its surrounds. As the base where travelers return, or as a destination in itself, your hotel’s performance can make or break a trip.

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Topics: Hotels, Insights

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

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

4 ways to make your hotel more memorable

Posted by Mary Walton on Jun 5, 2019 4:00:00 PM

Traveling is an integral and unavoidable part of our lives. Be it a vacation with your partner to some distant island or a tedious meeting for business purposes. Each year, a huge number of people travel and stay in hotels all over the world. Among all the experiences they have, some of them are positive and enjoyable, while others may leave guests feeling disheartened and let down. Travelers of today don't just pay for a nice room, they pay to have experiences that leave lasting memories.

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Topics: Hotels, Insights, Managers