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Global Newsletter: May 20, 2020
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Wednesday, 20th May 2020
 

Don’t make a slow recovery more difficult, impact on the Bangkok hotels, Accor partners with AXA and how controlled automation helps revenue teams do more.

Don’t make a slow recovery more difficult
Wednesday, 20th May 2020

The IATA released new analysis showing that the damage to air travel from COVID-19 extends into the medium-term, with long-haul / international travel being the most severely impacted and quarantine measures on arrival would further damage confidence in air travel.

A risk-based layered approach of globally harmonized biosecurity measures is critical for the restart >>

Sentiment Survey: The impact on the Bangkok hotels
20 May 2020 : The survey discusses COVID-19 pandemic and its unprecedented impact on the Bangkok hotel market and on a property level, the survey focuses on hoteliers’ point of view on contingency measures, business strategies, signs of recovery, and comparison between pre- and post >>

Kempinski launches a new campaign for future hotel stays
20 May 2020 : Kempinski Hotels has launched a worldwide campaign entitled ‘Make A Travel Promise’, offering guests the possibility of now making themselves, their partners or family and friends a travel promise for a future stay at one of the luxurious Kempinski hotels around the globe >>

Accor and AXA launch a strategic partnership
20 May 2020 : Accor and AXA announce an innovative strategic partnership to provide medical support to guests across the 5,000 Accor hotels worldwide >>

News from around the APAC region
20 May 2020 : Hotel industry and travel news from around the Asia Pacific region: Indonesia and Australian governments to provide stimulus packages for tourism sectors, review of the Bangkok hotel industry and more >>

HIGHLIGHT ARTICLE

How Controlled Automation Helps Revenue Teams Do More
Wednesday, 20th May 2020

With the majority of hotel stock now closed or running on exceptionally low occupancies, it’s understandable that the unpredictable nature of the situation makes it feel like there’s little you can control. But recovery will come and how we approach that is something we can control >>

HEAL and THRIVE in a Post-Outbreak World - Part 2 of 2
Part 2 of 2 mini-series, a though piece of Giovanni Angelini, veteran hotelier, consultant and mentor.

Indications are that the curve of infections is flattening worldwide and this crisis has impacted almost every aspect of our lives, brought the global travel industry to a halt, and destroyed many well-established businesses in the process >>

Allostatic Load from Coronavirus — A Hidden but Real Threat to Crisis Management
Another complication for organisations working to get back to 'business as usual', we all know that the novel coronavirus is affecting most of us negatively on a personal and professional level, it’s harder to focus, easy tasks seem more difficult and we tire easily >>

In case you've missed it: Global eNews of May 19, 2020
Competition Commission accepts OTA commitments, what's next for travel marketing, guiding office employees through the new normal and HEAL & THRIVE Part 1 of 2 >>

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