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The Pros and Cons of Common Group Types

The Pros and Cons of Common Group Types

Event technology, communication, and social media are making it easier than ever before to bring people together for meetings and events. Organizations that traditionally operate on lower budgets, will now be able to prove ROI from events for the first ...

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Why College Markets Make Solid Hotel Investments

Why College Markets Make Solid Hotel Investments

At the University of Mississippi—Ole Miss to those who know her—the start of football season is the biggest event of the year. With a stadium that can accommodate more than 64,000 revelers and a 115-plus-year history, the Ole Miss Rebels ...

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Artist-in-Residence Programs Foster Engagement

Artist-in-Residence Programs Foster Engagement

As guests increasingly seek experiences strongly linked with their destination of choice, it has become more important for hotels to embrace their local communities. This often means spotlighting the best the area has to offer, be it wine, coffee, or ...

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Half of America Not Vacationing

Half of America Not Vacationing

RICHMOND, Va.—Americans remain vacation deprived, according to the seventh annual Allianz Travel Insurance Vacation Confidence Index, which found that more than 170 million Americans (53 percent) haven’t taken a vacation in the last 12 months. This is down three points ...

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Outsourcing to Boost Efficiency

Outsourcing to Boost Efficiency

Imagine that you’re the general manager of a hotel. You do consistent business, and you’re staffed to manage the day-to-day operations of your property. But, you found out that in three months, someone booked the venue across the street for ...

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Ask Anthony: Opening a Hotel

Ask Anthony: Opening a Hotel

Anthony Melchiorri, host and creator of Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible and Five-Star Secrets, loves dishing out advice. From sharing best practices to tackling operational issues, he’s here to answer your questions. What pointers would you give someone about to open a ...

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