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Germany: Restaurant revenues halved, rescue parachute without parachute

Berlin (May 29, 2020). Since reopening, 81.5% of restaurants and cafés in Germany do not earn any more money. The desire to consume has so far failed to materialise, the halved revenue is too much to die for and too little to live on. The latest survey figures from the German Hotel and Restaurant Association (DEHOGA Bundesverband) speak for themselves.

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EU: Countries ease limits, Germany hesitates

Berlin (May 29, 2020). The political tug-of-war over the lifting of the travel warning on the part of Germany does not abate. The Chancellor does not intend to express a final statement on the matter until 3 June. This means that it is still open whether there will be summer business in Europe this year. Other countries - such as Croatia - are preparing carefully. An overview.

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Booking.com continues to have a firm grip on Swiss hotels

Bern (May 29, 2020). For Swiss hotels, direct bookings via the hotel website are increasing slightly. Nevertheless, Booking.com continues to capture business. Commissions were at an all-time high in 2019. The situation remains tense.

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Guest data & To Go: Software that helps

Augsburg (29 May, 2020). Within a very short time, unknown software companies sprouted up from the ground, offering solutions for contactless check-in and digital menus for the restart of the restaurant and hotel industry. Here are four examples.

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Cruise breaks in, sail charter hums

Hamburg (May 29, 2020). The Corona crisis has led to a real collapse in cruise bookings – the first cruise operators have already had to file for insolvency. Those willing to travel seem to be switching to a more environmentally friendly option instead: in domestic waters, on charter and preferably on sailing boats.

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Appointments all around the world

Augsburg (29 May, 2020). Joanna Gunn supports Rosewood as Chief Brand Officer. Matthias Heck, CFO Deutsche Hospitality, will leave the company. Cycas Hospitality strengthens its regional teams in France and Germany with five new appointments. Tabea Schalkowsky is the new Head of Marketing at Achat Hotels, Hotel BollAnts in Bad Kreuznach has a new director in Jörg Stricker, and Mews' Managing Director Bastian Stosic is now building up the hotel business with an eMobility provider.

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