HSMAI Recovery Connections 2021

This weekly conversation series, complimentary for HSMAI members, aims to help you accelerate the hospitality industry’s recovery…by understanding what your peers are thinking about, and doing.

Each week we’ll focus on an article, report, or other new HSMAI resource.

Participation in this interactive discussion is capped at the first 100 members to join.

Continue along the road to recovery with valuable information, conversation, and networking.

NEXT SESSION:

March 3, 3 PM Eastern Time

The Voice of Revenue Managers
Join Kelly McGuire, Managing Principal for Hospitality, ZS, for a discussion of the findings of a new study by ZS and HSMAI study on how revenue managers are spending their time.

PAST SESSIONS:

January 27
Will A Vaccine Bring Back Leisure Travel?
Fuel provides HSMAI exclusive insights into the impact of a Covid vaccine on the intention to travel. Connect with colleagues for an informal discussion around this topic and research.

February 3
The New Revenue Team
This white paper from HSMAI and Revenue Analytics examines revenue teams during and after the pandemic, and identifies the right solution for right now. Connect with Dax Cross, CEO of Revenue Analytics, and your colleagues for an informal discussion around the report.

February 10
Strengthening Your Personal Brand
HSMAI’s Rising Sales Leader Council has developed a quick and simple checklist to help hospitality professionals strengthen their personal brand and stay relevant in our rapidly evolving industry. Join your colleagues and peers for a discussion of this checklist — including the importance of personal branding — as part of HSMAI’s weekly Recovery Connections series on Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 3 p.m. Eastern.

February 17
HSMAI Customer Insight: With Vaccines Arriving, U.S. Trip Planning Surges | Longwoods
According to the latest Longwoods International tracking study of American travelers, 81% plan to travel in the next six months, an increase of 16 percentage points since mid-January and the highest level since the beginning of the pandemic last March. CEO Amir Eylon provides insights for HSMAI.