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The Voltaire Syndrome

April 14, 2016

by Georges Panayotis In light of the rising power of platforms for renting out private accommodations, hotel groups first expressed casual indifference,...

The Show’s Not Over Until the Fat Lady Sings…

March 31, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Customers have become increasingly difficult for hotel marketing managers to comprehend, perceive, satisfy... Good old-fashioned...

Can’t Scare Me!

March 24, 2016

By Georges Panayotis In the ongoing restructuring of the hotel landscape worldwide, three major models will coexist. Each is representative of a specific...

Grow to Gain Strength

March 10, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Not so long ago, the natural growth of hotel groups led them to build solid foundations on their national market place in order to...

The Hotel Industry Needs Refreshing so it Won’t be Strangled by Deflation

February 25, 2016

by Georges Panayotis The hotel industry is said to be one of the oldest in the world. Indeed, over several thousands of years of history, accommodations...

Hospitality: A Team Sport

February 18, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Destinations and especially major cities are the focus of events communications. Such coverage generously offers free media coverage, but...

The Tallest Tree Grew out of a Single Seed

February 11, 2016

By Georges Panayotis In the 4th century B.C., the Greek philosopher Thukydides said: “History is a perpetual new beginning.” In fact, the...

He Who Transmits the Legacy of Knowledge Continues to Live, Otherwise he Dies

February 4, 2016

by Georges Panayotis In sports, politics or business, knowing how to decide not to run one race too many, not to take on one too many mandates, not to do...

Luck Only Shines on Prepared Spirits

January 28, 2016

by Georges Panayotis A first glimpse at the news offers: social unrest, a prolonged state of emergency, ongoing unemployment, increased refugee numbers,...

The World is Our Limit

January 22, 2016

by Georges Panayotis That the State can be backhanded is nothing new. It is capable of simultaneously multiplying restrictive measures against smokers...

Innovation is a Careful Dance Between Failure and Daring

January 14, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Semantics show when an assessment is not so exciting. It is common to oppose the New World and the Old Continent, to incessantly...

Knowledge is Vanishing with Those Who Neglect its Transmission

January 7, 2016

by Georges Panayotis A year comes to an end -painfully for many- raising doubts and questions about the future. A new year begins that should cause us to...

Even Cinderella Needs a Ballgown

December 10, 2015

Think back on the 90s, it's not so long ago! It was a time when hotels proudly displayed the cable company's name on their door, alongside their name...

Resistance is Another Way to Reconquer

December 3, 2015

by Georges Panayotis With the tidal wave of service providers, partners, suppliers come to the rescue of hoteliers to help them do their job, a new battle...

Tables Have Turned and the Market Righted

November 30, 2015

by Georges Panayotis Life is an eternal new beginning, but the cycles follow one another with changes we may learn from. Forty years ago the advent of...

Is What Brings Us Together Stronger Than What Pulls Us Apart?

November 19, 2015

by Georges Panayotis The terrorist attacks on 9-11 marked a real break with the type of war that opposes the civilized world and fanatics of all stripes. In...

To Succeed You Must Convince

November 12, 2015

by Georges Panayotis Within a globally deflationary economic context, the success of businesses is built on three conditions: a low-cost supply adapted to the...

What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger

November 5, 2015

by Georges Panayotis Every economic sector is influenced by cycles, whether or not they are able to master them. For a long time, the hotel industry has...

When Will Spring Come to the Hospitality Industry?

October 15, 2015

by Georges Panayotis It may seem paradoxical to mention both beach resort hospitality and the conflicts that are upsetting the economies in Mediterranean...

Who Wants to Kill Word of Mouth?

October 8, 2015

By Georges Panayotis The apparent magic of new technologies can make us quickly forget that the winners of yesteryear haven't lost all their...

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