'Talent Management in Hospitality and Tourism', a new book edited by Susan Horner, addresses a vital subject for educators and organisations in the hospitality sector, and is contributed to by major experts who have multi-national experience of hospitality education provide new and interesting perspectives on the topic of talent management.
The Branded Coffee Co has identified an opportunity for hotels to capitalise on the movement away from mass produced brands to a more quality craft of boutique product. TBCC has blended their marketing expertise, a novel idea and high quality coffee to become the premier supplier of branded coffee capsules in Australia.
The Boutique and Lifestyle Lodging Association's top executive, Frances Kiradjian, brought together leading boutique hotel brand CEOs and the industry’s top service providers to participate in advancing hospitality’s only boutique luxury-focused educational program, in conjunction with UCLA Extension.
B., a farm-to-table restaurant located inside the Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort and Conference Center, is hosting a bee-themed culinary experience on March 10 to celebrate the upcoming start of bee season and the launch of its new honeybee education campaign. The “B. Aware” Campaign is a new initiative this year aimed at raising awareness on the declining honeybee populations.
Charles Darwin University has acquired the Adelaide-based International College of Hotel Management (ICHM) from the founding Lipman family.
We would like to thank all of our eHotelier members that participated in a research gathering survey on the future of Hotel Revenue Management.
Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne has released an inspirational analysis of two years of extensive market research and exclusive interviews with prominent business leaders. The study provides reader-friendly reflection on some of the most important forces that are shaping today’s world and their long-term impact on the hospitality industry.
The key questions for EUHOFA members as educators are equally valid for the industry. Does hospitality education and training really tackle these important dimensions that encapsulate being hospitable and can that be taught in the classroom?
Boston University School of Hospitality Admin launches first graduate program, Master of Management in Hospitality
This one-year program, beginning in July 2017, will serve as a gateway into a hospitality leadership career for individuals with or without industry experience.
With 80% of the curriculum available through a novel distance learning platform, busy professionals will be given access to a unique learning experience without getting sidetracked from their career.