The digital recipe for guaranteed success in 2020

Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) · 8 Jul

Technology is not a consequence businesses need to adapt to, but rather an opportunity that businesses can take advantage of. Having worked in the di

Can Your Hotel Stand Out in a Sea of Ghost Kitchens?

Larry Mogelonsky · 8 Jul

Pre-pandemic, the operative model for many hotels was to generate core earnings through the rooms division with more-or-less break even or slightly p

A Better Way to Scale Covid-19 Testing

harvardbusiness.org · 7 Jul

Online marketplaces can connect those who have tests with those who need to provide them.

Ways to Stay Connected With Remote Employees

Kinsa Group · 6 Jul

As the country continues to establish a "new normal" for work, many food and beverage companies ask: What's the best way to stay in touch with our re

Uber buys Postmates in $2.65B all-stock deal

PhocusWire · 6 Jul

Postmates, a competitor of the Uber Eats platform, will continue to operate as its own app following the acquisition.

How Meeting and Event Venues are Adapting to the New Normal

Larry Mogelonsky · 6 Jul

As the stay-at-home orders subsides and leisure travelerslook to rediscover their own backyards, we cannot forget that numerous hotelsaround the worl

How to Make Remote Monitoring Tech Part of Everyday Health Care

harvardbusiness.org · 2 Jul

The pandemic has demonstrated the value of technologies that beam vital data back to doctors.

Post-COVID Bounce Back Strategies from British CVBs

Smart Meetings · 2 Jul

Until British CVBs and venues are cleared to host large international groups, many are focusing on catering to domestic corporate and incentive busin

NJ Governor Again Increases Permissible Size of Gatherings and Clarifies the Meaning of "Outdoor Area" for Purposes of Outdoor Dining

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 30 Jun

On June 22, 2020, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy issued Executive Order 156 ("EO 156"), which, effective immediately, increases the permissible numb

"Travel, as we knew it, is over," but there are hopes still
"Travel, as we knew it, is over," but there are hopes still

Linchi Kwok - A Hospitality Professional · 30 Jun

Airbnb co-founder Brian Chesky talked about the future of travel in a CNBC interview last week. He stated: "Travel, as we knew it, is over. It doesn'

Webinar: Managing the Food Manufacturing Workforce Post-COVID

Beekeeper Blog · 30 Jun

Every single industry has felt the enormous impact of this global pandemic. While many companies have been able to swiftly pivot to remote work, the

Anaheim's Giant Makeover

Smart Meetings · 29 Jun

Anaheim's MLB Angels Stadium and Honda Center will soon become a district for sports and entertainment, full of restaurants, parks, hotels and meetin

How the Cult of Sleep-Deprivation Affects Work and Mental Health
How the Cult of Sleep-Deprivation Affects Work and Mental Health

harvardbusiness.org · 29 Jun

Many high-powered jobs require people to work long hours and give up sleep, but that can harm your mental health - and your career.

July 2020 Job Search Webinar Schedule

Kinsa Group · 29 Jun

Learn from top employment experts weekly, by participating in our weekly, free webinars on Kinsa CareerEdge. These one hour presentation address topi

How One Boston Hospital Built a Covid-19 Forecasting System

harvardbusiness.org · 29 Jun

The Covid-19 pandemic created an unprecedented strain on healthcare systems across the globe. Beyond the clinical, financial, and emotional impact of

FICP: Take Care of Yourself as You're Preparing for Future Meetings

Smart Meetings · 24 Jun

In the sixth of FICP's new virtual education series, participants discussed tips for staying healthy while working remotely, with a focus on exercise

Consume less, but better: Fabien Pairon's 10 favorite local suppliers
Consume less, but better: Fabien Pairon's 10 favorite local suppliers

Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) · 19 Jun

The UN Sustainable Gastronomy Day (June 18th) is the perfect occasion to remind us all of the powerful connection between food and sustainability, an

We Need Better Masks

harvardbusiness.org · 18 Jun

Right now, it's our best option to contain the virus and revive the economy.

The Big Clean: Promoting Public Health Standards at Your Hotel
The Big Clean: Promoting Public Health Standards at Your Hotel

TrustYou Blog · 18 Jun

A bright and shiny future has arrived for the hospitality industry. One in which everything is polished and sanitized to a sterile and germ-free shin

Leveraging Beverage: How to Create Programs That Drive Alcohol Sales
Leveraging Beverage: How to Create Programs That Drive Alcohol Sales

SevenRooms F&B Blog · 17 Jun

In 2018 alone, on-premise alcohol sales represented $147 billion in sales in the U.S., with off-premise sales accounting for around $113 billion.

Introducing Ask Duetto: Your Revenue Questions Answered

Duetto Research Blog · 16 Jun

In the wake of COVID-19, we found that a lot of our customers, and the wider hotel community, had big questions about their Revenue Strategy. In resp

New Coronavirus Fears Risk Delaying Event Industry Comeback
New Coronavirus Fears Risk Delaying Event Industry Comeback

EventManagerBlog.com · 16 Jun

While the event industry is busy with its reopening plans, a resurgence in hospitalizations is once again casting serious doubts about the safety for

U.S. Health Care Is in Flux. Here's What Employers Should Do.

harvardbusiness.org · 15 Jun

The pandemic has rocked an already shaky system.

Albany: A Post COVID-19 Playbook

Smart Meetings · 12 Jun

Albany Capital Center's webinar on events in a post COVID-19 era brought industry professionals together to discuss what future events might look lik

What Blockchain Could Mean for Your Health Data
What Blockchain Could Mean for Your Health Data

harvardbusiness.org · 12 Jun

Your medical information should belong to you.