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Twisted tongue, demos and slums

Dear Insiders,
EU countries again apply a double standard: For me, the story to get your blood boiling this week is the different treatment of Booking.com. Italy, France and Sweden allow what is prohibited in Germany. Hotrec met yesterday in Luxembourg and is discussing the issue. The background and details.
Accor has again bought-in expertise, this time in IT. Fastbooking is also based in Paris. Strategist Sébastien Bazin therefore increases the speed on the data highway, as he said right from the very start.
And Moxy is now also really getting going. Investor Vastint may in future continue to build its pre-fab models, though other investors and leaseholders may build together with franchise partner Marriott using conventional construction methods. Accordingly, Moxy no longer has to do without city locations. The gates here were opened by German project developer GBI. And by the way, Chairman Nittka and other construction experts see no cost advantage to the pre-fab method of construction.
In Vienna, hoteliers recently protested against the VAT hike. Now they register their frustration with the smoking ban set to apply from 2018. And in Munich, hoteliers also took to the streets - and protested against the bureaucratic rules on documentation brought in with the minimum wage.
TV talkshows are meanwhile focussing public attention on migrants. We asked Germany's largest convention hotel, the Estrel Berlin, Lindner, Maritim and Steigenberger Hotels how they attract foreign apprentices and how they integrate  them into the company.
What poverty really means is hardly possible for a European to comprehend. But help is on the way: Slum tourism is booming. But is it right to make money from the plight of the world's poorest? A sensitive subject.
If you have time in mid-June and Poland is your target market, then you could be interested in the second "Spotlight Poland" investment conference. New contacts await! More on this on page 1.- The full editorial...

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2nd "Spotlight Hotel Investment Poland" Conference: The programme

Big interest in a small market

Warsaw (April 24, 2015). 80 percent of the speakers and talk round participants have already confirmed two months before the event. This is a good sign for the second edition of the small, refined "Spotlight Hotel Investment Poland" Conference on June 16, 2015 at the Westin Hotel Warsaw. Registrations are still possible, the regular price of 160 Euro remains affordable. Up to the end of April, the early bookers were even paying only 140 Euro. It is about the hotel market in Poland, its development, its financing, the potential for investments and about the role of the chains.

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