Hospitality Tomorrow News
Mantis Impact Experiences to launch next year
Focused on ecotourism, the new programme will offer the traveller seeking an immersive experience an opportunity to make a real impact for conservation, or to embark on a transformative adventure.
Bench Events releases agenda for upcoming Hospitality Tomorrow event
The next Hospitality Tomorrow event will take place in partnership with the Trusted Executive Foundation, a not-for-profit that helps organisations create a new standard of leadership
Hospitality Tomorrow: Hygiene topic number one for guests
The role of hygiene in the post Covid-19 world cannot be underestimated viewers of the Hospitality Tomorrow event have been told. Franck Gervais, chief executive for Accor in Europe, said rapidly changing guest expectations had propelled cleanliness to the top of the agenda.
Hospitality Tomorrow: Signs of recovery in Ras Al Khaimah
Ras Al Khaimah has begun to see a recovery in the hospitality sector following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. According to Raki Phillips, chief executive of Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority, the market is currently undergoing a cautious return to operation.
Hospitality Tomorrow: AlUla to take Saudi tourism to global audience
Tourism officials in Saudi Arabia have showcased the AlUla development during the Bench Events-organised Hospitality Tomorrow tradeshow. Both natural and human-made, the location holds 200,000 years of largely unexplored history.
Hospitality Tomorrow: Tourism key to success of Public Investment Fund in Saudi Arabia
The Public Investment Fund is a cornerstone of Vision 2030, a wide-ranging scheme to diversify Saudi Arabia away from oil and toward a range of sectors, including tourism.
Hospitality Tomorrow: India currently in ‘eye of the storm’
The Indian hospitality market is currently in the “eye of the storm” when it comes to the Covid-19 outbreak according to Neeraj Govil, senior vice president for south-Asia at Marriott International.
Hospitality Tomorrow: Luxury travel to lead recovery in India
While many commentators are predicting the economy and mid-scale sectors will be the first to recover in the post Covid-19 world, industry insiders in India are betting exclusive trips will woo travellers.
Hospitality Tomorrow: JA Resorts chief confident on long-term China success
Anthony Ross, chief executive with Dubai-based JA Resorts & Hotels, has said he remains optimistic over the long-term health of the Chinese hospitality market. JA Resorts is currently in the midst of a large expansion in the country.
Hospitality Tomorrow: STR reports gradual recovery in China market
Despite a gradual increase in occupancy across China, driven by weekday business travel, demand will not fully recover until restrictions are lifted and airlift returns STR area director Jesper Palmqvist explained.
Breaking Travel News investigates: Speakers unveiled for second Hospitality Tomorrow event
As the global hospitality community prepares for the second Hospitality Tomorrow event, an industry leading panel of speakers has been unveiled. Here Breaking Travel News takes a look at who will be walking the digital stage
Full agenda revealed ahead of second Hospitality Tomorrow event
The immersive programme will feature nine hours of content delivered by over 50 global hospitality leaders and will follow the sun around the globe with a focus on five key markets.