Hospitality Trends
October, 15 2019
 
 
 
2020 Will Be a Year of Travel Exploration
 
Booking.com Predicts 2020 Will Be a Year of Travel Exploration
 
Booking.com predicts 2020 will be a year of travel exploration like never before, fueled by technology as well as a growing sense of responsibility and deeper connection with the people and places we visit. Read More
 
U.S. Airline Traffic Data
September 2019 U.S. Airline Traffic Data
September 2019 U.S. Airline Traffic Data
 
U.S. airlines carried an estimated 76.4 million systemwide (domestic and international) scheduled service passengers in September 2019, seasonally adjusted, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics’ (BTS) first estimate, down 0.7% from the August second estimate. Read more
 
California Consumer Privacy Act
October: A Month Dedicated to Cybersecurity
October: A Month Dedicated to Cybersecurity
 
Halloween isn’t the only spooky theme in October. The witches, goblins, and ghouls have to share this month with something just as scary... cybersecurity hackers. Read more
 
GDPR White Paper
HTNG Releases an Updated GDPR for Hospitality White Paper
 
Now that the GDPR has been in effect for over a year, the workgroup continued their work to publish an updated white paper. The group went beyond cleaning up and clarifying the output of the first phase by providing guidance regarding data processing agreements, clarity through communicative FAQs and perspective through the creation of a '12-Step Prioritized Approach to Privacy Regulation Compliance.' Read more
 
Global Airline Passenger Demand
August Sees Moderate Pick-up in Global Airline Passenger Demand
August Sees Moderate Pick-up in Global Airline Passenger Demand
 
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic data for August 2019 showing that demand (measured in total revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) climbed 3.8% compared to the year-ago period. Read more
 
U.S. Travel Trends Index
U.S. Travel Trends Index: Strong Domestic Leisure Travel Carries Weaker Business, International Inbound Travel
U.S. Travel Trends Index
 
Travel to and within the United States grew 3% year-over-year in August, according to the U.S. Travel Association’s latest Travel Trends Index (TTI), marking the industry’s 116th straight month of growth. Read more
 
Hospitality Financial Leadership
Hospitality Financial Leadership - Chapter One: Envy - By David Lund
Hospitality Financial Leadership - Chapter One: Envy
 
The Stow has always been a great hotel. Sitting high on the hill overlooking the river its bones and lines are completely classic. The 505 rooms all have a view of something great. For decades, the hotel had been the home away from home for the elite of the world. Read more
 
Restaurant Trends
Restaurant Trends - Growing And Emerging Concepts - Change and Activity October 11, 2019
Restaurant Trends - Growing And Emerging Concepts - Change and Activity October 11, 2019
 
Update from Restaurantdata.com on growing and emerging restaurant concepts Read more
 
In-context Ads
What Hoteliers Get Wrong with In-context Ads - By Jack Catton
What Hoteliers Get Wrong with In-context Ads
 
In our recent blog, Putting Contextual Advertising in Context for Hoteliers, we covered the many advantages that contextual advertising offers over more frequently used hotel advertising initiatives or strategies for driving direct bookings. So, what is holding hoteliers back from effectively implementing in-context ads? Here we take a look at how you can overcome the most common barriers that often stand in the way of many hoteliers today. Read more
 
Self Check-In
Reinventing The Welcome: Finally, Self Check-In Has Been Done Right! - By Doug Kennedy
Reinventing The Welcome: Finally, Self Check-In Has Been Done Right!
 
For decades now, some hoteliers and many hotel tech providers have been pushing hotel guests to embrace self check-in procedures. I first heard of this concept as a budding young entrepreneur floating my business plan for a hotel industry training company to the top minds in lodging. The year was 1989 and my proposed company name was Check-Inn Training. I remember one industry icon in particular who, upon seeing the name on my binder, said 'Bad idea young man.' He proceeded to hand me a copy of an article from what was then called Hotel & Motel Management, in which a headline read 'Front Desk Staffs To Be Replaced By Kiosk Check-in Machine.' Read more
 
Hotel Digital Marketing
Is Your Hotel Wedding-Worthy?
Is Your Hotel Wedding-Worthy?
 
5 Ways Hotels Can Make Their Venue More Attractive To Brides Read more
 

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In Brief...
 

Market Report London
London Hotels Report Strong RevPAR Growth for September

Market Report U.S.
Negative YOY Results for US Hotel Industry for Week Ending October 5th - 2019

Market Report Canada
Canadian Hotel Industry Reports Negative YOY Resuts for Week Ending 5 October 2019

Market Report U.K.
PwC Releases UK Hotels Forecast 2019-2020

Storytelling For Hotels
Storytelling for Hotels: Why It Matters? - By Regitse Cecillie Rosenvinge

Air Cargo Trends
US-China Trade War Weighs Heavily on Air Cargo

 
 
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