Leading cloud-based hospitality technology solution provider, STAAH, has launched an educative webinar series, for the hospitality industry of India, under the brand The Big Insight.
For more than a decade, STAAH has been benefitting the community at large through thought leadership content and one-of-a-kind events in the industry. Taking a leap further in 2020, is the webinar series - The Big Insight, which will provide a unique platform for accommodation providers, to get educated on latest and future trends of this dynamic sector.
The first webinar from these series was on Direct Bookings, launched on 28th January 2020. Not only was the turnout and audience interaction extremely encouraging, but the webinar added immense value as industry experts shared insights, thereby paving path to break mindsets and provoke thoughts.
The webinar was very thoughtful as it hit the biggest pain point of the hoteliers. I am elated to have been a part of this show and glad that I could add value, says Rahul Rohra MD, Executive Enclave, and the guest speaker at the Direct Bookings webinar. A special mention on the brilliant execution by Rajesh, as I felt no less than a celebrity on a television chat show, laughs Rahul.
STAAH has always believed in assisting partners achieve their growth goals through innovative products and services. The Big Insight is yet another validation to these efforts as the webinars are expected to help generate new ideas and break myths, says Rajesh Ghanshani Director Business Development, Indian Subcontinent, STAAH.
In addition to benefitting hoteliers and revenue managers, the webinars are also set to benefit the future stakeholders of the hospitality industry the Hotel Management Students.
We are thrilled about the participation from the hotel owners, general managers, revenue managers of the industry, but adding to our excitement is the response from the academia, adds Rajesh. Few educational institutes have telecasted our webinar LIVE to the students, helping them be more hands on and market ready.
Following the success of the first webinar, STAAH India is hosting its second webinar on the 27th of February. Roping an international expert for this session, for the topic on Global Distribution System, STAAH is setting its commitment towards helping increase knowledge and attaining growth goals in any way possible.
Keeping in line with the vision of webinar series - Learn, Manage & Grow, STAAH has further extended support to industry professionals by awarding few lucky participants, a free course on Revenue Management from widely renowned institute ARMA (Australian Revenue Management Association), which would otherwise cost 497 AUD.
Revenue Manager, Mr. Sanjay Poojari, of Ramada Powai Hotel & Convention Centre - Mumbai, is announced as the first winner of this much acclaimed course.
Thrilled about receiving this opportunity to upgrade his skills, Sanjay Poojari says, I would like to thank the entire STAAH team for a very insightful webinar session. It helped understand the market trends and best practices, thereby opening up further avenues. I am very happy about receiving this chance to upgrade my skills, that is certain to bring a change to my work life. Special thanks to Rajesh and Tarun for awarding me with this opportunity.
STAAHs initiative to support hospitality industry professionals with unmatched insights and opportunities is already being recognized in the industry, and The Big Insight will only be building on that.
STAAH Ltd. is a New Zealand-based technology company that specialises in cloud-based channel management and booking engines for accommodation providers to maximise online revenue. Founded by Gavin Jeddo in 2008, a pioneer in the field of distribution technology, STAAHs industry-leading technology powers a propertys distribution through online travel agencies (OTA), direct bookings and digital marketing services. STAAH works with more than 10,000 partner properties in over 90+ countries through its operations in New Zealand, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, the UAE, and the UK.
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