A lesson from Crumb Healthy Living on Crete in the lost public relations art of reciprocity. Marketing has led us astray, here’s how.
If the vaccines don’t arrive soon, Greece will be out of the tourism business for 2021 and beyond. But the wider news is far worse.
The following is from Thomas Magnuson – co-founder and CEO of Magnuson Hotels, one of my best friends, and the smartest man I know.
The World Travel & Tourism Council [WTTC] has just released a new report that examines the implications of trends for each of four key Travel & Tourism stakeholders groups: travellers, businesses, workforce, and communities.
Greece’s accommodation and food services sectors took a huge hit in July, as the effects of the pandemic begin to set in.
Some 30-plus hotels across Greece are to be auctioned in the next few weeks on acccount of inactivity related to COVID-19.
OTA Insight announces the launch of Market Insight, an industry-first predictive market intelligence solution.
Chef Grigoris reopens Το μουρέλο του Λαδωμένου, or “The Young Olive Tree of Ladomeno, after weeks of lockdown on account of the pandemic.
A look at the lighthouse keepers of hospitality. Tom and Melissa Magnuson, people like them, will lead us through the fog.
In the not too distant future, tourism and hospitality industry officials are going to wake up to the fact that the 2020 touristic season has been canceled by a pandemic. Already, Europe’s airlines stand to lose more than €76 billion according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). And for every euro the airlines lose, destinations […]
INOMO will present over 25 new products at this year’s Xenia exhibition in Athens November 23rd through 25th.
The Digi.travel EMEA Conference & Expo 2018, scheduled to take place on December 11, in Athens.
McDonald’s Corporation has announced the modernization of more than 1,000 stores in the United States. Company President and CEO Steve Easterbrook told shareholders on a recent earnings call of going forward “with the most significant transformation ever undertaken.”
Getting a leg up on hiring qualified people in the hospitality space, a couple of new startups are hoping to solve the problem of connecting skilled hospitality workers with the businesses that need them on-demand. Here’s a brief take on how apps and services are intersecting the hiring space too.
The day may come when a hotel guest expects and gets a real Orwellian experience out of their stay. At least this is a dreamscape that could take place if unbridled tech geeks are put in charge.