Announce Joint Venture
Hotel-Online to offer its members a customized version
of the Hospitality Career Network website
|May 1, 2006 - Doug Rosen, president of Hospitality Career Network (hospitalitycareernetwork.com)
and Richard L. Johnson, founder of Hotel-Online (hotel-online.com)
have announced a joint venture in which the latter’s website will link
directly to a customized version of hospitalitycareernetwork.com. Hospitality
Career Network will provide Hotel-Online with a private labeled version
of Hospitality Career Network and Hotel-Online will be the sole provider
of Hospitality News for Hospitality Career Network.
The “private labeled” version of Hospitality Career Network will provide subscribers of Hotel Online with a career center that includes a job search tool, skills assessment, compensation data and more. Further, industry employers will have access a candidate database of over 50,000 job seekers as well as preferred rates on the hybrid search service, HCN Select. This will all be viewed as a direct extension of Hotel-Online’s website, allowing them to present these extensive resources to their constituents as there own.
"Hotel-Online achieves some of the highest traffic rankings in the industry, and it’s opt in newsletter has set a gold standard. We are excited to partner with such a well respected site" says Doug Rosen.
Richard L. Johnson states, “Having Hospitality Career Network power our careers services center gives our members direct access to a powerful tool. Both job seekers and employers will benefit from the suite of services we can now offer.”
Launched in June of 2000, Hospitality Career Network (www.hospitalitycareernetwork.com) provides a host a career services including its newest service model HCN Select, which is a hybrid of recruitment technology and traditional search strategies.
Hotel Online (www.hotel-online.com) is the hospitality industry's online meeting place, providing the latest and most relevant news, trends, discussion forums, employment opportunities, and classified advertising available.
Richard L. Johnson