As part of its Confronting Coronavirus: What’s Next? webinar series, HSMAI hosted a sales-focused program on April 7. Ed Skapinok, immediate past chair of HSMAI’s Sales Advisory Board, and Amy Infante, CEO of GitGo, presented research and opinions on what hospitality sales professionals can focus on to drive the quickest recovery possible
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The rise of RFP engines and distribution channels has drastically changed the landscape of hotel group business. While these are important, necessary tools for hotels and meeting planners alike, they’ve…
Why meetings market data intelligence is a hotel’s answer to more successful prospecting — and a smarter long-term strategy for group sales. an HSMAI and Knowland White Paper. Download the…
Sales managers should examine the daily schedules of their sales team members and find out what tasks and responsibilities can be removed from their schedules so they can spend more time on sales.
Three reasons better prospecting in sales means slowing down. Read the Selling Power article.
Where do prospecting emails go wrong and what makes them work? Insights from sales trainer Sue Hershkowitz-Coore. Read the article.
Successful prospecting isn’t a one channel effort and it isn’t easy. But not having new clients in your sales funnel is much harder. Read the blog post by Speaker Sue.
Excerpted from presentation by Bob Anderson, President, Star Performance, Inc., at HSMAI Las Vegas chapter educational program May, 2017.
Virtual reality has finally arrived. And destinations and venues are getting increasingly creative about using it for 360-degree tours, high-flying site visits, and more.
Hotel sales-and-marketing teams cannot ignore their local surroundings when it comes to driving new and loyal business through the front doors.