Global Newsletter: April 9
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Monday, 9th April 2018

TODAY: Luxury consumption patterns of HNW travellers, why France’s hotel sector is on the road to recovery, The Biggest Mistakes Hotel Managers Make and GDPR in the EU and UK.

Luxury consumption patterns of HNW travellers
Monday, 9th April 2018

Before the Chinese grew to become the world’s largest group of outbound tourists by annual number of border crossings, they were already leading those of other nationalities by overseas expenditure.

Driven by their particular shopping habits and patterns, the impact of Chinese international travellers’ spending has had a profound impact on the global luxury goods market >>

Why France’s hotel sector is on the road to recovery
9 Apr 2018 : As tourists return once more to soak up the sights and tastes of France, its hotel sector is rebounding rapidly from its 2016 low point: Just under 89 million tourists visited France in 2017, according to French government figures, a five to six percent year-on-year rise that puts the country back on track to reach its ambitious 100 million target by 2020 >>

Plummeting rate hits profit in the Middle East & Africa
8 Apr 2018 : The positive start to the year for hotels in the Middle East & Africa was short lived as profit per room fell by 7.8% in February, led by a significant year-on-year decline in achieved average room rate >>

AccorHotels signs strategic agreement with Mantis Group
8 Apr 2018 : From boutique hotels, eco lodges, game reserves and luxury houseboats to adventure tourism as well as a bespoke tour operating division, the agreement reinforces AccorHotels as a leader in curated one-of-a-kind experiences and resonates with the Group’s conservation platform with Planet 21 >>

Geneva - Ripe for Budget?
7 Apr 2018 : This market pulse provides an overview of the tourism and hotel market in Geneva, Switzerland. It discusses recent tourism trends, challenges encountered in light of the currency situation and provides a summary of the extensive hotel pipeline >>


The Biggest Mistakes Hotel Managers Make
Monday, 9th April 2018

If you’re looking for a career where no two days are alike, managing a hotel ought to be right up on your list. The number of details involved in our profession is mind-boggling; virtually every decision we make is an opportunity to strengthen the operation as a whole – or to weaken it and in order to be a successful hotelier, you have to be able to change directions quickly and solve problems on the fly >>

GDPR in the EU and UK: 3 Steps for Complying with Employer Responsibilities
GDPR: Four letters of the alphabet that are proving to represent one of the biggest challenges facing businesses in 2018. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on 25th May across the European Union, including the UK, and impacts any organisation that operates within the EU that processes data of EU citizens wherever they may be in the world >>

Leaving The Mothership: Tips For Launching A Telecommuting Worker
Telecommuting takes many forms, including remote workers, virtual employees, off-site employees, or those who are just 'working from home' - all terms used to describe an employee whose primary work is conducted away from your mothership, but no matter the form, there are many benefits for both businesses and employees >>

The 2 Things Hotels Must Do With Google’s Q&A Feature
In mid-2017, Google rolled out the 'Question and Answer' feature on the Knowledge Graph, allowing users to ask and respond to questions about the listing and responses from the owner will be the most influential >>

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