Brands around the world have made several faux pas on social media in recent times, and in many cases they pay a big price by losing customers.
With social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, it's becoming easy for companies to to grab a consumer’s attention to tickle their cravings.
Branded-hotel room inventory has risen close to 40%, or 96,000 rooms, in the last four years while demand has grown lower at 15%
Travellers are inundated with special and extended weekend packages and hotels say flash sales have already resulted in a 65% surge in advance bookings.
Hospitality industry sees uptick in demand for corporate events from companies and business travellers
According to mid-market chain Lemon Tree Hotels India’s deputy MD Rattan Keswani, there has been a broad-based revival in business in most cities.
Indians had 2nd greatest social media engagement after Brazilians during World Cup - symbolising a rising interest in football in the land of cricket.
With nearly 50% of their corporate clients between 25 and 30, who bring in a revenue of 80%, hotels have little choice but to tweak their offerings.
Star hotels like JW Marriott, Hyatt Regency, others find new ways to earn from services no longer in demand
Changing habits have drastically reduced the usage of many essential services in hotels, such as laundry, car rentals and telephones, and hotels are trying alternative business models to keep revenue from these services flowing.
Football is taking its first steps in that direction with money flowing into the game. The eight teams in the Rupert Murdoch and Mukesh Ambani-promoted Indian Super League (ISL) have corporate owners.
Chhattisgarh tourism board, which was recently allottedRs 113.5-cr project prioritisation by the Ministry of Tourism, will aim at privatisation of its hotels in the coming year.
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