Hotels owners around the world have been hit hard by the pandemic. Sure, this is a worrying time, but while hotels owners stay at home social distancing like everyone else, this may actually be the perfect time to strategise and think deeply about ways to improve and innovate your business. How can you emerge stronger and more profitable after coronavirus?
According to the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), “Travel and Tourism’s direct global GDP contribution reached $2.8 trillion in 2018” and the sector has continued to rise year on year. Hoteliers know that in order to be successful and stay ahead of the game, it’s vital to stay abreast of the latest trends.
We’ve reached a pivotal moment globally where a collective effort is required in order to try and avert this crisis situation, and somehow save the planet. Here we focus on the accommodation market and discuss how hotel, hostel and apartment owners are taking part in this mission to reduce their carbon footprint.