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HSMAI Hotel Digital Marketing Training Phuket

Fri, 26 May 2017 -Mövenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket - Phuket, Thailand

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Wed, 31 May 2017 -Melia Barcelona Sky - Barcelona , Slovenia



12 Months Of Challenge & Change in Hospitality [Triptease Infographic]

Covering everything from hospitality industry acquisitions to the recent lobbying by the ALHA against OTAs, Triptease have produced an interesting infographic addressing the last 12 months of challenge and change in the hospitality industry....

Thu, 25 May 2017

Save the Date: Learn How to Simplify Mobile Adoption in May 31 Webinar

MONTREAL – Today's guests want a mobile hospitality experience. Do you have an effective strategy for mobile implementation? Would you like to learn more about emerging mobile applications? On May 31st at 1pmET (10amPT) three of the hospitality industry's leading mobile solutions companies will host a webinar that will show operators how to plan and execute a mobile...

Thu, 25 May 2017

Tweet What You Eat: Diners and Restaurateurs Embrace the “Food Selfie,” Online Ordering and the Fight against Food Waste

Digital technology, including emerging trends in online ordering and delivery services, tabletop ordering, and the influence of social media, is changing the way consumers discover, interact with and experience restaurants, according to the 2017 American Express Restaurant Trade Survey. While diners' appetites for new technology vary widely by generation, Millennials ...

Thu, 25 May 2017

Hotels add plugs, ports for device-laden guests - usatoday.com

Stephen Delaney travels with a laptop, an iPad, two cellphones and a backup power pack to keep all his devices charged. When he walks into a hotel guestroom, he scours for the power outlets and USB ports. “I hate when a hotel room does not have conveniently placed plugs,” says the Franklin, Tenn., USA TODAY Road Warrior and health care IT consultant. “Unfortunat...

Thu, 25 May 2017