2020: The Year in Review

An effective, integrated content marketing strategy is more critical than ever as the hospitality industry weathers the storm of COVID-19 and adjusts to a new normal in consumer travel. With hope for recovery on the horizon, the most successful campaigns will patiently create an emotional connection through engaging, personal and thoughtful messaging while being sensitive to health and safety regulations to rebuild trust. READ MORE

An effective, integrated content marketing strategy is more critical than ever as the hospitality industry weathers the storm of COVID-19 and adjusts to a new normal in consumer travel. With hope for recovery on the horizon, the most successful campaigns will patiently create an emotional connection through engaging, personal and thoughtful messaging while being sensitive to health and safety regulations to rebuild trust. READ MORE

Senior living is changing: today's seniors demand resort-like amenities, healthy living, and paths to enrich the mind and find meaning and purpose. The industry is seeing explosive growth, attracting aging services and investors who want to "ride the Boomer wave." This is a look at the top trends driving growth and innovation at the intersection of hospitality, wellness, and senior living. READ MORE

Hospitality has been devastated by this pandemic. These last few months have been catastrophic. Is it the end? On the contrary, the best companies are preparing for the beginning. People will always travel, and that means hotels, casinos and resorts will always have guests. How do we get ready? We need a strategic focus on hiring, training and compensation. READ MORE

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Richard Walsh

How are hotels responding to the daily challenges of the escalating evolution of tech services for their properties and more specific for in-room convenience that is becoming an expectation by their guests? In-Room Technology has become a critical issue for all hotels and there is no one answer for all hotels. The evolving changes in guest expectations and tech service selections confronting hoteliers today will continue to escalate and to continue the hotels will have to implement in-room technology services same as they did in the past with air conditioning, television, phones, digital keys and more. READ MORE

Mattias Berglund

The future of communication and conversational commerce has arrived, quite frankly, it has been around for quite some time. Consumers have been using multiple screens and messaging applications for years and the usage is growing significantly all over the world. However, it has taken companies a period of time to adapt to the Over the Top (OTT) chat application driven user behavior and to reach consumers via the various channels. The evolution in this field has been slow for three reasons, fragmentation in the user base, perceived technical complexities when communicating with consumers using multiple channels and the fact that interactions with chatbots has been deemed impersonal. There are solutions available. READ MORE

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