covers the basics of hotel demand management, distribution, and revenue management. participants will learn how e-commerce intermediaries such as online travel agencies are impacting the already-complex hospitality sector, and explore tools and techniques that will help you effectively market hospitality services and maximize business revenue in this new global industry landscape.
In today’s hotel sector an increasingly complex network of traditional and web based channels have to be managed to insure hotel success. Key questions include: how should you distribute over the web? What should you include on your brand.com website so people book through it? How can you maximise the potential of online travel agents (OTAs)? With the distribution environment both highly complex and constantly evolving, this course will give you comprehensive foundation of current industry practices to help jump start your career in this fascinating domain.
The online version of the official publication of the almost 100-year-old American Hotel and Lodging Association (AH&LA), Lodging provides readers with hospitality related industry news, financial trends, and legislative information.
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.
Topics in Cultural Heritage Tourism Event Planning and Management explores the core principles of event planning and management as it specifically relates to cultural heritage tourism, demonstrating the principles through the case study of three existing cultural heritage festivals
The main objective of this case is to have students critically examine the costs and the benefits associated with ecotourism, a form of tourism usuallly involving visiting fragile, pristine, and relatively undisturbed natural areas intended as a low-impact and often small scale alternative to standard commercial mass tourism.