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L’Envie D’Avoir Envie, or the Desire to Desire: The Johnny Syndrome

December 13, 2017

By Georges Panayotis The heart has its reasons that reason cannot understand. In this era of customer experience, all that is authentic, all that is lived, it...

Trip Advisor: The Fox Who Believed Himself Judge

December 5, 2017

By Georges Panayotis The earth trembles beneath the feet of the giant Trip Advisor. Long courted by hoteliers and all operators in the tourism and...

When Everything Is Worthwhile, Nothing Is…

November 28, 2017

By: Georges Panayotis The industry's mutation is in full swing and driven by clientele and disrupters. Needs and expectations are diversifying, as...

Hospitality Is and Will Remain a Heartfelt Industry

November 14, 2017

by Georges Panayotis  In Ancient Greece, intelligence, known as noús was originally the organ that was used to mobilize our capacity to escape...

Hotel Industry Pillars: You Sleep, You Dine

November 7, 2017

By Georges Panayotis The two pillars of the hotel industry are accommodations and restaurants. A fresh wind is also blowing on the catering industry, with...

Supply and Demand Policy: The Destination Alone will Decide

October 17, 2017

By Georges Panayotis We are entering a prosperous period, let’s not miss it! France's calendar is filling up with major events such as the...

Fracture, Rupture, Humanity – The Image of Hospitality

October 10, 2017

By Georges Panayotis How can the image of hospitality be improved when a good share of hotels has been weakened by the trivialization and aging of the...

Can We Control Our Own Fate? Hospitality Education and Corporations Will Have to Change Significantly

October 3, 2017

By Georges Panayotis In a world where nothing is permanent except change, success is built each day. And in order to do that, the world of education and...

All Forces That Do Not Respect the Law Become Tyrannical

September 27, 2017

By Georges Panayotis Today, a major part of distribution and commercialization is in the hands of the Web giants. The advent of Internet has turned away...

Loss of Productivity: When CAPEX and Management Make No Sense…

September 21, 2017

by Georges Panayotis Productivity is not just the quantity of work done. It also means quality, as Kenneth Hartley Blanchard pointed out. One can only...

Creativity Is a Drug the Hotel Industry Cannot Live Without

September 20, 2017

By Georges Panayotis Enthusiasm lies at the foundation of all progress. Henry Ford, a spearhead of the Industrial Revolution, showed the way to progress more...

Fear and/or Innovation in Hospitality?

August 29, 2017

by Georges Panayotis According to Machiavelli, there are two major motives that make men act: fear and innovation. Today, hoteliers are living up to the...

It Is Possible to Lose a Battle, but Don’t Be Surprised…

August 28, 2017

By Georges Panayotis Throughout any revolution - whether it be industrial or technological, or any other for that matter - two worlds cohabit and there...

Time to Take a Stand!

July 18, 2017

By Georges Panayotis A paradox has haunted our industry for generations: there is a dearth of young people interested in this sector that is one of the...

Business Will Live on Through Experiences It Will Bring

July 11, 2017

By Georges Panayotis Behavioral evolution raises the question of French specificity: the nature of business capital. With the globalization of accounting...

Is a Global Breach of Ethics Underway?

June 28, 2017

By Georges Panayotis In this era of scandals popping up one after the other in specialized media, it comes as a surprise that students passing the French...

The World of Hospitality: Clever is He Who Can Guess Who Will be Next to Go

June 20, 2017

by Georges Panayotis There's a trend underway in the hospitality world, and any reference to an evolution in the world of politics is not totally...

Tourism Will Not Bury its Head in the Sand…

June 13, 2017

By Georges Panayotis Like it or not, politics necessarily enter the world of tourism, and President Trump's recent decisions to limit access to the United...

Creativity in Tourism: When Intelligence and Fun Converge

May 23, 2017

by Georges Panayotis Is it the job of all tourism enterprises to become a universal reservation portal? Must they become a single outlet where travelers...

Hotel Owner and Operator Relations: The Pendulum is Swinging the Other Way

May 16, 2017

By Georges Panayotis In any love story there is that balancing point where each individual has the feeling of sharing a single plenitude, wherein there...

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