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Technology Trends Emerge at HITEC Toronto

Throughout the first full day at HITEC Toronto, a number of technology trends influencing the hotel industry became clear. Beacon technology, casting, and robotics were all hot topics, as was the possibility of combining major hotel software—think PMS, RMS, and ...

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HFTP Kicks Off 45th Annual HITEC Show in Toronto

Yesterday, hospitality technology professionals converged at the Metro Toronto Convention Center for the start of HFTP’s 45th annual HITEC Show. The first day saw a flurry of activity as the convention’s more than 350 exhibitors set up their booths and ...

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Extended-Stay Hotels Are In Demand

Despite a boom in supply, extended-stay hotels are performing positively as demand remains high. Data from STR shows that even though supply across the U.S. was up more than 6 percent year-over-year in April, occupancies did not decline. Read more ...

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Connecticut Trains Hotel Staff on Trafficking

Hospitality employees are being trained to spot and report suspected human trafficking in their workplace. Connecticut is the first state to require workers to be trained at more than 500 properties, lodges, and motels. Training is free, and more than ...

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These Are The Top Trends Impacting Hotel Real Estate

The Counselors of Real Estate (CRE) has released its annual list of the top issues that are influencing real estate today. The biggest challenges ranged from global uncertainty to the impacts of booming technological innovations. In the hospitality space in ...

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China’s Pipeline Is Steady

PORTSMOUTH, NH—Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) reported that projects in the China construction pipeline total 2,441 with 534,285 total rooms, down just seven projects year-over-year (YOY). Projects currently under construction total 1,722 with 360,379 rooms, down 4 percent by projects YOY. The number of projects scheduled to start construction in ...

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