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Global Newsletter: November 06, 2019 4Hoteliers.com ~ Click title to read the article Wednesday, 6th November 2019
2019 best cities for entrepreneurs, the next era of air travel, Google promoted hotels available on mobile and demand and disruption in global cities.
Cities of opportunity: 2019 best cities for entrepreneurs Wednesday, 6th November 2019
Cities of opportunity: Whether it’s for family, education or career opportunities, there are myriad reasons why an individual might relocate.
The result is a ranking of the best cities for entrepreneurs, which we hope will not only inform those looking to embark on an exciting new business venture, but will also highlight those cities that have successfully implemented business-minded legislation to help foster innovation >> News from around the APAC region 6 Nov 2019 : Hotel industry and travel news from around the Asia Pacific region: Singha Estate's Thailand-based S Hotels goes IPO, China records 782 million domestic trips over the October national days, Dream Cruises sails into Australia for the first time and more >> Aviation X Lab to reinvent the next era of air travel 6 Nov 2019 : Aviation X Lab, the ambitious aviation-specific incubator that brings some of the largest global pioneers under one umbrella, was unveiled at Area 2071 earlier in the week >> CEO pay in the shrinking casino industry 6 Nov 2019 : The list of public gaming CEOs keeps shrinking as consolidation continues to impact the casino industry and it also seems likely that most bricks and mortar casinos companies will make a push to compete with their technology-based rivals >> Airbnb: 31 new languages now available 6 Nov 2019 : Approximately six guests check into an Airbnb listing every second and these check-ins are happening around the world: In 2011, there were 12 cities with more than 1,000 Airbnb listings >> HIGHLIGHT ARTICLE
Google Promoted Hotels Available on Mobile Wednesday, 6th November 2019
Promoted Hotels placements have been introduced to mobile, expanding their presence on Google Hotel Search.
As is the case in desktop search, Promoted Hotels will appear in one to two placements on the first page of the search query and will update based on the filters provided >> Demand and Disruption in Global Cities Our new research looks at the rapidly evolving global system of cities, the impact of the major forces of change on global urban dynamics and the implications for the real estate sector >> The Virtues of Failing Fast, in a Forward Direction In this edition I explore how leaders of virtual teams might embrace the concept of 'failing fast' to help team members work more self-sufficiently, with greater confidence, more quickly--without feeling like they've been thrown into the deep end without a lifejacket >> What’s New in Social Media This Week and What it Mean for Hotels - November 2019 The social media changes never really stop coming, and while it keeps us on our toes, many of the changes are focused on improving the platforms and tools we use to connect with our guests >> In case you've missed it: Global eNews of November 05, 2019 Deutsche Hospitality acquired by a Chinese group, Marriott grows all-inclusive segment, Co-Working Spaces: mitigating litigation risks while encouraging innovation and exactly how much extra revenue does a RMS make? >>
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