This study discusses a new concept of co-branding between a hotel and a tea brand, which has given both parties a unique understanding of IP cooperation, providing differentiated and personalized services to customers.
Driving Hotel Revenues is an online course where you will develop a comprehensive knowledge base related to three key areas of hospitality marketing and sales: - Distribution Channels - Revenue Management - E-Marketing and Social Media
This study discussed a new hotel package, "Study+vocation," a marketing program of Shanghai Pudong Mandarin Oriental Hotel during the CO-VID 19 epidemic. It takes the stress out of families with working parents and provides a comfortable and reliable learning environment.
This study analyzes how Disney designed a series of exciting new programs and themed offerings during the CO-VID 19 epidemic. As a result, more visitors were willing to pay for the experience, and it achieved Disney's goal of increasing revenue.
Marketing encompasses the various ways you communicate, differentiate, and reinforce your hospitality brand promise to potential customers. In the hospitality industry, the world of digital marketing is opening doors no one knew existed and driving customer engagement, feedback, and endorsements faster than ever. Whether you are a marketing professional or have found yourself taking on the marketing responsibility for your organization, this certificate program will prepare you to apply fundamental hospitality marketing concepts and principles, focused on the world of digital marketing, in your organization. In this program, you will investigate the current status of your marketing strategy; assess the different levers that can be adjusted to drive revenue and react to demand; and develop a diverse collection of digital marketing strategies to apply, monitor, and evaluate. Through best practices and industry case studies, you will contextualize these concepts and lay a solid foundation for applying them to your workplace.
By offering family guest activities that blend the Rabbit King theme with the "Shangri-La Happy Growth Program," this study works on how Jinan Shangri-La hotel integrates local cultural emblems to give families a unique hotel stay.
This study takes Klook, a Hong Kong-based technological online travel company, as a successful example of how to use a Mobile-first strategy and Celebrity Charm Strategy to provide customers with a unique and comprehensive travel products and services platform.
From the perspective of the 7 Ps as the marketing strategy, this study indicates how 'LinaBell,' the new Disney Ip, benefited from the branding effect, which leads to significant attention from loyal customers before the sale.
This study focuses on tourism destination development. It takes the example of TikTok KOL and explains why local governments should consider and address how to promote tourism destinations' development further.