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Global Newsletter: March 07, 2019
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Thursday, 7th March 2019
 

Rosewood heralds newest flagship in Hong Kong, luxury hotel guests get casual, the cost of 'bad hires' and experimenting with the future of business travel.

Rosewood heralds launch of newest flagship in Hong Kong with global advertising campaign
Thursday, 7th March 2019

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has launched of the latest installment of its signature global Rosewood Regulars advertising campaign, to mark the launch of its eagerly-anticipated newest global flagship in Hong Kong, the home of Rosewood Hotel Group.

In each story, Hong Kong is the backdrop, and glimpses of the iconic Rosewood tower blend seamlessly into the narrative, lending resonance as a point of convergence; empowering guests to trace their personal journeys and craft their identities through the life events that bring them to the hotel >>

2019 Investor Sentiment Survey
7 Mar 2019 : Over 200 industry professionals were surveyed in an effort to reveal the most attractive locations for investment in Europe while taking account of their budgets and strategies >>

Strong European performance set to continue
7 Mar 2019 : 2018 proved a successful year for Europe hoteliers as a whole, with year-end data from STR showing an increase in occupancy across the continent, feeding an increase in ADR to €112 and a healthy 5+% increase in revenue per available room to €81 >>

HIGHLIGHT ARTICLE

Luxury Hotel Guests Get Casual
Thursday, 7th March 2019

Guests are just as likely to be wearing Adidas and Lululemon as custom-tailored evening wear when they check in to finer establishments and its changed how we design boutique hotels.

It’s been nearly a decade since athleisure – casual, comfortable clothing suitable for both exercise and everyday wear – has been a leading fashion trend. It makes up almost a quarter of apparel industry sales, and upscale customers today are just as apt to check in to a high-end hotel wearing Adidas and yoga pants as they are to be dressed in Armani >>

Travel Advertising Still Full of Challenges
Exclusive ITB Berlin Feature: More data to close gaps, more visual storytelling and more social media – those are the top trends in travel advertising, said Matthieu Betton, general manager Europe of Sojern >>

The Cost of 'Bad Hires' in the Hospitality Industry
Do you wonder how much your next bad hire will cost your business—thousands, tens of thousands, or even millions? What’s your plan for fighting bad hires and turnover in your hotel? Out of every industry, the hospitality industry has some of the greatest need for temporary workers >>

Look Past the Obvious for a Better Solution
Opposite thinking is just one way to get into creative problem solving. There are many others. The point is that if you’re working with a customer and trying to resolve a problem, consider all potential solutions, not just the first one you come up with >>

How Tech is Opening New Doors for Nairobi
Few would deny Silicon Savannah has a great ring to it, but behind the hype, there are some firm foundations on which Nairobi’s growing reputation as a tech city is being built >>

Experimenting with the Future of Business Travel: Three Hypotheses
This month I headed to Miami for the Future of Travel Tech Summit where I joined a panel to discuss the 'Business Traveler of the Future' and taking a cue from the host, The LAB Miami, the summit was full of ground-breaking ideas and passionate debates on the future of travel >>

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