Global Newsletter: May 18, 2020
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Monday, 18th May 2020

ME tipped as first region to recover after China, Asia's 50 best bars, preparing for the post-crisis world in hospitality and how are Chinese travel influencers handling COVID-19?.

ME tipped as first region to recover after China
Monday, 18th May 2020

While the sentiment was bullish that the Middle East would be the first region in the world to recover, after China, panellists at the WiT Middle East panel were also mindful of the current restrictions and obstacles facing the resumption of air travel.

'GCC countries have done a good job of keeping the spread of the virus relatively contained. I think between GCC countries will be some of the first air corridors to open up' >>

Asia's 50 Best Bars announced
17 May 2020 : 50 Best decided to go ahead with publishing the 2020 list to provide recognition to the bars’ and their teams’ hard work over the past year, and to instill optimism and positivity within the bar industry as the continent begins to open up.

Jigger & Pony, Singapore, ranks No 1 in the 2020 edition >>

Oman’s retail sector is tailoring it’s offerings
16 May 2020 : Oman’s real estate market continues to be heavily impacted by its young demographic, with retailers, in particular, actively tailoring their offerings to meet the needs and aspirations of the Sultanate’s youth >>

Oakwood to focus on branded hospitality services
18 May 2020 : With a commitment to double its portfolio of managed properties by 2025, Oakwood transitions out of the global housing solutions business to focus on hospitality management >>


How Are Chinese Travel Influencers Handling COVID-19?
Monday, 18th May 2020

Anxiety over the virus has undermined some of the assumptions the travel industry relies on.

Consumers are understandably reticent about airports, flights, and crowds, travel restrictions and tightened visa policies have made travel less convenient, and in some cases impossible. With travel shut down, tourism and hospitality businesses have slashed budgets >>

Preparing for the Post-Crisis World in Hospitality
With hotels being forced to closed, there has been no easy solution to this complex situation: Each property is experiencing setbacks, some greater than others, and are trying to navigate out of the storm and with the clouds clearing up, it’s time to take a positive approach and prepare for the post-crisis world >>

Food for Thought for the World’s Restauranteurs
Restauranteurs will for the first time have a highly accurate way to measure their financial constraints, thanks to a pioneering index recently developed by Dr Sung Gyun Mun of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and his co-researcher >>

Social Distancing Or Is It Physical Distancing
In the age of coronavirus, most of us are either stuck at home or right on the frontlines, we’re all cautioning each other to take precautions and practice social distancing, but is that term even correct? Here’s my take on social distancing and what being social really means during a pandemic >>

Global Newsletter: May 15, 2020
Ctrip launches flagship store with IHG, positive momentum in Asian domestic travel, body language on Zoom and organizational restructuring in restaurants >>

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