Guestline has teamed up with their Irish partner, Tierney’s, to host a second Irish Connect event in Limerick, aimed at the Irish hospitality market. Held on April 5 at The Hunt Museum, hoteliers will learn about the latest technological innovations in the marketplace from industry experts and can share fresh ideas with like-minded hoteliers from across the region.
Guestline, market leaders in property management, distribution and digital marketing solutions for the hospitality market and their Irish partner Tierney’s, a leading independent IT solution provider, will be hosting this event in Limerick.
They will be joined by key industry partners, Google, Cadenza, Digital Alchemy and GuestRevu who will be demonstrating how hoteliers can convert their online presence into bookings; how to drive reviews to TripAdvisor; how to maximise business intelligence and how to effectively communicate with hotel guests after the reservation process.
“With today’s traveller embracing online and mobile platforms more than ever before, it’s becoming significant for hoteliers to be ahead of the digital curve and ensure they are capturing their share of mobile bookings and utilising their guest data more intuitively,” said James Cannon, Head of Commercial Development at Guestline. “Our partners, Google and Cadenza will help delegates explore how hoteliers can stand out from the crowd online and understand guest loyalty more effectively.”
With reviews also having a major impact on traveller’s booking decisions, GuestRevu will demonstrate how valuable it is for hoteliers to know what guests are saying to help them increase loyalty, growth and profitability. Additionally, Digital Alchemy will demonstrate some great tips for finding hidden revenue and keeping guests spending within the hotel.
This is the ideal event for hoteliers interested in driving their occupancy and increasing revenue. It will be relevant for general managers, owners and operators, revenue managers, operation managers and front of house managers who work in independent hotels or groups.
The event is free to attend. As numbers are strictly limited, the event is expected to be booked up early so hoteliers need to register their interest ASAP here.