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At HSMAI’s Sales Leader Forum on Nov. 5–6, hospitality-law expert Steve Rudner presented a keynote address on “Headlines and Headwinds for 2020: Legal Issues for Sales Leaders’ Radars.” Here are four key takeaways.
Novotny, who is MCA’s managing partner, was honored with the HSMAI Americas Award for Lifetime Achievement in Sales, presented during HSMAI’s Sales Leader Forum on Nov. 5–6. “I feel very honored,” Novotny said.
At HSMAI’s Chief Sales Officer Executive Roundtable, held in conjunction with HSMAI’s Sales Leader Forum in Frisco, Texas, on Nov. 5–6, CSOs from hospitality brands, management companies, and owner groups engaged in a high-level conversation that included identifying some of the trends that have most surprised them this year. Here are four things they said are keeping them up at night.
As part of a project to update HSMAI’s Certified Hospitality Digital Marketer (CHDM) study guide, HSMAI’s Marketing Advisory Board (MAB) recently discussed best practices for data analytics, attribution modeling, marketing skills, and more. Here are three takeaways from our conversation.
HSMAI’s Marketing Advisory Board (MAB) held its annual retreat last month to identify the most pressing issues facing hotels on the marketing front, and outline plans to provide marketers the insights, tools, and best practices they need to address them.
Finally, it’s almost here: 2020. The year the economy slows down, stops growing, and/or enters recession. Or none of these things. After several years of heated speculation, the only consensus seems to be that the economy is a moving target — and that while the uninterrupted growth of the last decade can’t last forever, no one can say for sure what will happen next.
Dr. Jeffrey Beck, associate professor in Michigan State University’s School of Hospitality Business, discussed his research on “The Role of Individual, Organizational, and Moral Intensity Factors on Revenue Manager Decision Making,” at ROC 2019.
With a potential economic downturn looming in 2020, it is important for hospitality professionals to prepare — particularly those working in revenue optimization. On a recent call, HSMAI’s Revenue Optimization Advisory Board (ROAB) discussed what steps we should be taking. Here are three takeaways from our conversation,
At HSMAI’s ROC 2019, six college and university faculty members from hotel schools presented research in areas related to revenue management in the hospitality industry. During one of the presentations, Dr. Toni Repetti of the William F. Harrah College of Hospitality at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, discussed research on the effects of minimum-wage growth on restaurateurs.
Above and Beyond – Driving the Revenue Management Culture Past Rooms – HSMAI’s ROC 2019
Presented by Michael Lau, CRME, CHBA, regional director of revenue management, Accor, at HSMAI’s ROC 2019 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association (HSMAI) is thrilled to recognize the brightest minds in the hospitality industry with the 2019 HSMAI Top 25 Extraordinary Minds in Sales, Marketing, and Revenue Optimization….
The Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association (HSMAI) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 HSMAI Lifetime Achievement Awards in marketing and public relations. Bjorn Hanson, Ph.D., will be…