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Global Newsletter: November 19, 2020
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Thursday, 19th November 2020
 

People are raring to go: spike in searches following news on HK-Singapore travel bubble, New World to add 11th hotel to Asia and align strategies and data to make effective commercial decisions for your hotel.

People are raring to go: spike in searches following news on HK-Singapore travel bubble
Thursday, 19th November 2020

After months of travel restrictions, Agoda reveals a massive surge in hotel searches as Singapore and Hong Kong travelers take advantage of the bilateral agreement to establish an Air Travel Bubble (ATB).

The digital travel platform, Agoda, revealed a 14X spike in Singapore outbound searches for Hong Kong, and 8X spike for Hong Kong visitors searching for Singapore accommodation against the seven-day prior average, following the first announcement on 15 October 2020. Orchard Road in Singapore and Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong top the areas of most searched destinations >>

New World to add 11th hotel to Asian portfolio across Asia
19 Nov 2020 : Partnership between Rosewood's New World Hotels & Resorts and Sun Group will unveil all-villa enclave at one of Vietnam’s finest beach destinations >>

Accor signs first property for the SO/ brand in Moscow
19 Nov 2020 : ANT Development, Real Estate Investment Company and Accor are pleased to announce the upcoming opening of a luxury lifestyle hotel under the SO/ Hotels & Resorts brand in Moscow’s ultra-modern premium class complex 'Poklonnaya 9' >>

Six Senses arrives in the Americas in early 2021
19 Nov 2020 : Another green gem in the Six Senses portfolio, and first opening in the Americas, is aptly named Six Senses Botanique, Brazil, it showcases its surrounding beauty from a hillside amid 700 acres (283 hectares) of lush, mid-tropical Atlantic forests >>

HIGHLIGHT ARTICLE

Align Strategies and Data to Make Effective Commercial Decisions for Your Hotel
Thursday, 19th November 2020

To survive in these challenging operating conditions, the break down of departmental silos and thinking in radical new ways about guest value is required to achieve commercial success.

For many years the concept of collaboration has been discussed in the hotel industry. The benefits of a closer working relationship between sales, marketing, distribution and revenue management seemed clear for all, but was challenging to execute.

Today, collaboration is no longer an aspiration, but a necessity given the scale of consolidation of roles and restructuring within many hotels. So how can your hotel align departments to drive commercial success? >>

Summit Shows Why a 'Hybrid' Model Is a Powerful New Direction for Conferences
In-person delegates at last week’s conference praised the smaller, innovative event with cutting-edge safety measures while virtual attendees lauded the energy that comes with tuning into a real event with interactive sessions allowing their voices to be heard >>

Doing Recognition Right in Normal 2.0
I will admit it; it takes a lot to influence me but last weekend at the US Institute of Management Consultants' annual conference Consult-Con, I heard a remarkable speaker, Steve Pemberton, the Chief Human Resources Officer at Workhuman >>

Global Newsletter: November 18, 2020
'Hyatt Loves Local' Initiative to support local businesses, IATA guidance prepares for vaccine distribution, the other social dilemma facing hoteliers and can pre-trip approval boost confidence? >>

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