Reyes, director of revenue management at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut, will receive the 2022 Single/Multi-Unit Revenue Optimization Professional of the Year Award during HSMAI ROC Americas, taking place June 29.
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During this year’s ROC Americas, Sacks will present his general session “Economics Beyond the Forecast” on June 29. The session will share Tourism Economics’ latest views on the economy, the mindset of travelers, and expectations for how and when travel will fully recover.
During the recent Hospitality School Revenue Management Faculty Forum, hosted by the HSMAI Foundation, participants from hospitality schools discussed various topics related to student perceptions of the industry, specifically within revenue management.
Christian Boerger, CRME, CHBA, CHDM, vice president of revenue strategy at Oxford Collection, will receive the 2022 Corporate Revenue Optimization Professional of the Year Award during HSMAI ROC Americas, taking place June 29.
Orkin will be honored with the HSMAI Vanguard Award for Achievement in Revenue Optimization at HSMAI ROC Americas 2022. Here, he talks more about his pioneering work.
During HSMAI ROC Americas, held June 29, Dave Roberts, professor at Cornell University, will present his session, “The Post-Pandemic Evolution to Revenue Strategy,” discussing the requirements for shifting your organization in the short- and long-term to stay ahead of the revenue optimization evolution.
Now more than ever before, consumers are driving the content they want — and don’t want — to see. How do we as hoteliers control the content chaos? The HSMAI Global Distribution Advisory Board recently discussed how they are managing content at their companies.
Fifty-five Wyndham team members received their Certified Revenue Management Executive designations and were honored with a virtual graduation ceremony. Here’s the ROI they received as a result of this unique team-building program.
The hospitality labor shortage is real, and there are few easy answers. Talent was lost in 2020 to furloughs and layoffs, but also to individuals who chose to retire, transition to other industries, or downsize their household income to accommodate diverse needs. How can we market the career potential and the core purpose of the industry to a new base?
As the pandemic recovery goes on, we’ll continue to make strides to rebuild and reinvigorate our teams. HSMAI and the Foundation will provide the resources necessary to help members make this progress.