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.
Air transport liberalisation has been marked by two major developments, i.e. the advent of the hub-and-spoke network and the emergence of Low Fare Airlines (LFAs). All major Full Service Network Carrier (FSNCs) have heavily relied on hub operations to effectively compete in the long-haul market against LFAs which until recently focused on point-to-point, short-haul services. Recent competiton dynamics, however, have led to the gradual blurring of the different airline business models. LFAs have now established strong bases in satellite/airports and/or in low-cost terminals of major airports. Moreover, they have introduced long-haul flights thus competing with FSNCs at a new level. The lecture will highlight all the above issues focusing on their strategic business and geopolitical implications for aiport hubs. It will also discuss how Hong Kong International Airport can build on its current advantages to play focal role in the new environment. Event Date: 16/06/2017 Speaker: Prof. Andreas Papatheodorou (University of Aegean) Hosted by: School of Hotel and Tourism Management
The speaker discuss about the topic "Has hotek design changed forever". Jonathan Ashmore, founder and director of ANARCHITECT, and Diane Thorsen, design director at Gensler Middle East as well as hoteliers Justin Kim, GM of The Merchant House Bahrain and Laura Eggleton, GM at Hotel Indigo Dubai Downtown, all met virtually to discuss the future of design.
A webinar introducing a value-based planning and development method for cultural tourism from within the community. Through planning and sustainable practices, tourism can support earned livelihood, cultural retention, and resource protection.