Who could have predicted the structural and product changes in the accommodations supply? What are signs are harbingers of the changes of tomorrow and the day after tomorrow? Sector professionals and experts from all backgrounds share their knowledge and exchange their points of view.
Environmental, social and societal emergency. What roles can the tourism industry play in these global issues? What concrete benefits can be derived from a sustainable development policy? What are the impacts on the management of accommodation units?
Society has gone through many major crises since the beginning of the century and the hospitality sector felt the consequences full force. Are we facing a training crisis?One thing is certain, the work world has changed drastically.
Radisson RED, Glo, Vib, 25Hours, MGallery, Curio, Canopy... hotel groups are adopting lifestyle hotels, but what are they doing with their historic brands? What identity? Which segments ? Which goals for growth?
Hotel owner, manager, administrator, marketer, distributor, programmer, developer, entrepreneur, innovator... Hospitality professionals are a hybrid of all these professions. It is difficult for anyone to find their way around and be relevant and efficient in all the aspects that make up the sphere of hospitality. Digital technology offers many opportunities to reach new targets, increase efficiency and profitability: but how can this technology be implemented, why and with whom?
Because today big is beautiful, mergers & acquisitions, organic growth, vertical or horizontal development... What visions do these hotel group decision-makers have for their companies? Where do they plan to go and with what means? How do they see hospitality tomorrow? And the day after tomorrow?
And many keynotes to open the brainstorming and enrich the debates.
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