5 New Hospitality Trends You Should Know
This article discusses a forecast of what the industry can expect within the next five years. From Millennials pushing sustainability to be the future of hotels to the demand still growing, these trends need to be heeded in order to stay competitive as the industry continues to move forward. To view this article, click HERE…
Looking Ahead to the New Year
This article discusses the trends that are hot as of late 2019 and could possibly extend into 2020 as well. From healthy/organic food demand on the rise to virtual reality, knowing about these different topics can give your business an advantage in the new year. To view this article, click HERE to access the original…
Restaurant Best Practices
This article outlines some of the best restaurant tips and practices that you should keep in mind in this modern world. From carefully monitoring waste to digital adaptation, these tips are worth implementing and maintaining if you already practice them. To view this article, click HERE to access the original content.
The Need for Strategic Community Partnerships
This article discusses the importance of a quality relationship within the local community for hotel owners and operators. From choosing the right partners to keeping the relationship strong, this article discusses the importance of mutually beneficial relationships the hotel business. To view this article, click HERE to access the original content.
Walmart Taking on Amazon With Goods From Third-Party Vendors
This article discusses how Walmart is going to start shipping goods from new (third-party) vendors in order to compete with Amazon. Amazon has been doing this for some time now, and Walmart is making this change in order to generate revenue from its e-commerce operations. To view this article, click HERE to access the original…
Advice From Top Restaurateur
Landry’s CEO, Tilman Fertitta, discusses his motivation to write his book and what he values in this article. From the “95:5 Rule” to how people have changed, his insights should be taken and considered across the entire industry. To view this article, click HERE to access the original content.