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Have a nice holiday, enjoy the rest!

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HospitalityInside enjoys its summer break.

The office will be open again on Monday, 24 August 2020.
The next issue of the online magazine will be published on Friday, 4 September 2020.

Publisher and editorial office HospitalityInside

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Nittka Reiner  

"The best friends are the ones who help in difficult situations and give you a clear opinion. So HospitalityInside fulfils all requirements to be a good friend for the hotel industry and us as project developers. For me personally, the various information offers are an important orientation especially in turbulent times like now. Above all, every Friday I look forward to the real background information, which also includes the international finance and investment sector. So that I can be on the safe side that no important developments or trends have escaped my attention."

Reiner Nittka, CEO, GBI Holding AG

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"World of Hospitality" 2020 offers attractive digital partnerships & networking

Smart presence at Expo Real

Augsburg (July 31, 2020). Everything will be hybrid, everything will be smaller and smarter. Step by step Messe München is sharpening the profile for the Expo Real Hybrid Summit on 14-15 October. This is exactly what HospitalityInside is doing with its "Smart Space" under the World of Hospitality flag. The first partners have been found and more are being sought. And networking is a bonus on top.

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Editorial: Let go, step back, see the prospects

Dear Insiders,

The wounds inflicted by corona in the first half of the year are clear to see - the negative results posted by the most successful hotel chains as well as the ever increasing announcements of redundancies, especially from airlines. The international business travel market is simply not managing to get off the ground, and there are no visible signs anywhere across the globe that this will change soon.

Instead of summer lust, August is already a month of autumnal frustration... How do people and especially managers deal with this permanent tension? Cornelia Kausch, Senior Coach & Consultant for Life, asks us questions today, gently and self-critically. Her guest contribution encourages us let ourselves feel grief and frustration, to let go of everything, to motivate yourself, consciously. This brings back energy and prospects for everyone (in the company).

Travellers have already set their perspectives and wishes back well into next year: Many want to travel even more than before corona, especially to visit only close and sustainable destinations. This major trend has been identified by various tourism institutes around the world. The 'perfect world' is to remain as perfect as possible for a long time yet. This brings scientists to flirt with the idea of directing streams of travellers and distributing them over a radius of 3,000 kilometres.

Daniela Schade, SVP Commercial Development and Managing Director at Accor in Munich, is stepping out of her "hamster wheel" after 15 years - inspired by corona - consciously and voluntarily. We spoke to this respected expert about change in the industry and at Accor - about the transformation of sales & marketing, distribution, loyalty and customer retention. Her advice to colleagues: Stay curious! Keep moving! Never accept any given state as final. Reconsider everything. Change is always present, it is part of our life.

With these words - and with further colourful, thought-provoking reports from this week's everyday life - HospitalityInside also says goodbye for now and heads off into the summer break. Our office will be open again from 24 August, our next edition will be published on 4 September.

Yours, Maria Pütz-Willems

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