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Host Sarah Dandashy chatted with Evan Kharrazi, founder of Kharrazi Natural Health, a health coaching service for overworked hospitality professionals.
“The pandemic hit the industry hard, but we saw it as an opportunity to redesign our business.”
Lund stressed that every department head needs financial literacy. “Leaders need to be fully functional, managing their departments and their numbers,” he said.
The book was once only 22 pages, and now it’s 350. The properties worked to ensure they were compliant with all government regulations and best practices.
The “train effect” became popular for travelers in 2020, as Martini explained, “One, rail travel lends itself to private travel, and second, many of the routes have destinations at national parks, which were very popular...
According to research by Destination Analysts, 47% of Americans would feel either happy or very happy to receive a travel-related gift this holiday season
As far as the concierge profession goes, the most significant change—which lends itself perfectly to the nature of a concierge—is the need to wear multiple hats.
Historically, business travel dominated the industry; thus, most hoteliers concentrated primarily on appealing to those traveling for work
In today's episode, Serge Ethuin, the General Manager of the Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo shared a bit of his journey through the coronavirus crisis—from the trials and tribulations to the small victories as well.
Despite travel restrictions around the globe, Melnick has still been able to create travel content.
SGS is also working on a COVID-19 testing program for travelers where PCR or antigen tests can be performed so that people can prove they are allowed to travel.
This week Sarah sits down with the the dynamic mother-daughter duo, behind Boutique & Lifestyle Leaders Association (BLLA) and Stay Boutique.
Say Yes To Travel with host Sarah Dandashy is leading the discussion around travel and what to expect in the hospitality industry— and it's going live.
In today's interview, Brittany Noelle, the founder of Black Women Travels, shared some of her experiences in travel as a young black woman and what she is doing to help encourage more options for black...
On this episode of Say Yes to Travel, host Sarah Dandashy sat down with Will Seggos, Technology and Digital Strategy Director for View Hotels and noted hospitality consultant.
This week on Say Yes To Travel, Sarah discusses key developments that are happening around the world that will facilitate the return of international travel on a large scale.
In late September, we saw through a series of studies that people were still very eager to travel. But, as the fourth quarter of 2020 kicks off and we start winding toward the holidays, will...
On this week's episode of Say Yes to Travel, we got to sit down with Jonathan Capps, Vice President of Revenue, and Gavin Royster, Director of Development, at Charlestowne Hotels.
In a recent MMGY Travel Intelligence study, 64% of travelers still expect to take a leisure trip within the next six months.