Wednesday, October 28th 2020
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How do Travel & Hospitality cope with the Covid crisis?
This week’s must read
The hospitality industry is one of the world’s oldest business models but is now impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This article from Frost & Sullivan analyses the situation of the global hospitality and tourism market by looking at the bigger picture and maps the short-term adaptations the industry needs for a leaner yet omnipresent hospitality model.
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Frost & Sullivan about priorities for Hospitality Industry in a Post-COVID-19 area.
No one can predict how long it will take to get the pandemic under control and Hotels everywhere should plan for a protracted downturn . The author provides the way forward to navigate the impact of the coronavirus on your hotel’s business.
COVID-19 has brought the momentum of the travel industry to a halt and history has shown us that travel is one of the world’s most resilient industries .How will travel and hospitality evolve post-COVID-19? Here are four actions the travel brands can take to prepare for the future.
The travel industry has been seriously damaged by the pandemic, and leadership actions have already been taken. In this report, Skift and McKinsey give key insights on how the industry has been affected by COVID-19 and how it might thrive in the future.
This interview of Annika Ülem shows an interesting approach , on her post- Covid experiences within the industry and the way she sees how hotels cope with this crises & the changes that will come. Is Digital a solution for a fastest change ?
This week’s Consulting News
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This week’s media
Damian Scokin, CEO of Despegar.com, Alex Dichter, Senior Partner at McKinsey and leader of the Global Travel, Transport & Logistics practice and Juan Carlos Altmann, Partner at McKinsey Santiago.
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