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    • The 10 Biggest Myths Event Planners Need to Ignore 

      Tupper, Angela (2020-09-11)
      The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified the need to know fact from fiction not only across the Hospitality Industry, but every facet across the globe. Tupper has published 10 myths for hospitality industry professionals to be ...
    • 10 hot hotels opening before the end of the year 

      Saunders, Tanner (The Points Guy, 2021-10-29)
      The Covid-19 pandemic has slowed or postponed many of the normal hospitality activities, but the opening of several hotels prior to the end of 2021 gives hope and much to look forward to. From ski resort hotels to sun-filled ...
    • 10 Standout Virtual Event Ideas From Around the Industry 

      Copans, Victoria (2020-10-21)
      This article introduces 10 tips about how to make successful virtual events by boosting attendee participants and revenue, etc. It suggests from a small but specific tip such as a Real-time drawing illustration session to ...
    • 11 New Members Join Preferred Hotels & Resorts 

      Pfalz, Lacey (Travel Pulse, 2022-04-06)
      Preferred Hotels & Resorts, the world’s largest independent hotel brand representing more than 650 hotels, resorts, and residences across 80 countries, is delighted to reveal that 11 new member properties have joined its ...
    • 16. BLLA & TIEWN’s Women in Travel & Hospitality Conference Concludes with Enthusiastic Praise signifying the Growing Movement of Modern Feminism 

      Association, Boutique & Lifestyle Leaders (Hospitality Net, 2021-08-24)
      The Boutique & Lifestyle Leaders Association (BLLA) in partnership with Travel Industry Executive Women’s Network (TIEWN) hosted a successful event in their 2021 Women in Travel and Hospitality Conference. Women were given ...
    • 2017-2018 Office of Advancement Report 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2018)
      This annual report details advancement activities in the Pamplin College of Business in 2017-2018, including fundraising efforts and goals, programming priorities and plans, and alumni engagement.
    • 2020 Gay Travel Awards Winners Revealed 

      Clarke, Patrick (Travel Pulse, 2020-12-29)
      The Gay Travel Awards presented by returned for a fifth year in 2020, recognizing the hotels and resorts, destinations and transportation companies around the world that continue to embrace diversity and ...
    • 2020 Sets Record for Worst Performance by US Hotels 

      McCracken, Sean (Hotel News Now, 2021-01-20)
      The data analytics company STR states that 2020 was the worst year in the 30-year period that they have been analyzing performance data. Some locations like the island of Oahu saw a 53.7% drop in occupancy. The number of ...
    • 2020 US Forecast Upgraded: Recovery unlikely until 2024 

      STR (Hotel News Now, 2020-11-12)
      STR and Tourism Economics forecasted optimistic trends as the hotel industry continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic. Although business travel will not resume to 2019 levels until 2024, lower-tier level properties ...
    • 2020 Was The Worst Year Ever for U.S. Hotels Here's What's Next 

      Miller, Claire (National Public Radio, 2021-01-27)
      Although industry leaders are hopeful to welcome back domestic travelers this Summer, many understand that business will not return to normal until business travel starts to pick back up again. Historically, business travel ...
    • 2021 Housekeeping And Hygiene Study Reveals Guests Expectations Have Shifted In A Big Way 

      Hospitality Net (Hospitality Net, 2021-05-19)
      A survey conducted by Knowcross evaluating roughly 400 respondents concluded the importance of housekeeping and safety procedure expectations that have shifted since the COVID-19 pandemic. 93% of participants expect each ...
    • 2021 LGBTQ Travel in Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona LGBTQ PAUL HENEY MARCH 14, 2021 

      Heney, Paul (Travel Pulse, 2021-03-14)
      Queer travelers thinking about Phoenix may think rightly first about the Melrose neighborhood. The city’s gayborhood, which runs along N. 7th Ave., is a fun district, featuring great nightclubs like Stacy’s at Melrose, Pat ...
    • The 2021 Outlook for Hospitality and Travel 

      Dunn, Kaitlin (Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International, 2020-09-16)
      Economists believe that the outcome of three pivotal factors will predict the 2021 hospitality and travel landscape. These factors include the path of COVID-19, emergency funding through Congress, and the 2020 Presidential ...
    • 2022 Dean's Annual Report 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022)
      The 2021-22 Dean’s Report illustrates the realization of the Pamplin College of Business’ dedication to academic excellence and aspirations to make a difference in the world during a global pandemic and other large-scale ...
    • $29 for 70 Items or 70 Items for $29? How Presentation Order Affects Package Perceptions 

      Bagchi, Rajesh; Davis, Derick F. (University of Chicago Press, 2012-06)
      When consumers consider a package (multi- item) price, which presentation order is more appealing, price first ($29 for 70 items) or item quantity first (70 items for $29)? Will this depend on package size (larger [70 ...
    • 3 reasons why independent hotels are thriving 

      Webster, Jonathan; Geronimo Hospitality Group (2018-10-23)
      As today's travelers gravitate toward unique lodging accommodations, the boutique hotel scene is thriving, and it is all related to (1) local focus, (2) personalized service, and (3) attention to detail.
    • 3 Things Keeping Hoteliers Up at Night 

      Clark, Keith (Hospitality Net, 2018-03-22)
      Hotel owners and revenue managers perform a high wire act of handling the proliferation of new technologies while keeping operations steady and finances healthy.
    • 3 trends in hotel compression nights and what they mean 

      Duan, Tingting; Montgomery, Allison (2019-03-28)
      HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—Compression nights have long served as opportunities for hoteliers to achieve peak pricing performance. But as the number of compression nights continues to decrease, operators need to be mindful ...
    • 3 ways hotels can connect with millennial travelers and drive sales 

      Tabano, Brett (Hotel Management, 2018-04-25)
      Millennials represent the largest living generation in the United States, making them prime targets for any marketing campaign. But because they have altered what has been considered the norm through their new purchasing ...