Designed to assist a wine owner in tracking the status of bottles being cellared, the tool is available at no charge from the CHR.
Throughout the world, human traffickers use hotels and other hospitality locations to kidnap and exploit their victims, many of whom are children. A new report from the Center for Hospitality Research (CHR) at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration calls on the industry to fight back against trafficking of children.
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All those who have the possibility of staying in different hotels become aware of how often the Hotel products and its associated services are copied and reproduced. However (and fortunately) the final perception of the services will not be the same in each case, since it relies in great proportion on the hoteliers behaviour.
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