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Without Contradiction, There Would Be No Change

December 27, 2016

By Georges Panayotis Life would get pretty boring if there were no controversy. Our last editorial drew a bit of interest and sparked a number of reactions...

Cutting a Bald Man’s Hair

December 8, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Franchise contracts are based on a reciprocal commitment between the investor-operator and the brand. Since investment funds set their...

Rule of Law or Law of the Mightiest?

October 27, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Globalization is largely viewed as an opportunity for Tourism in general because it facilitates international travel and for the...

Life and Desire for Hotel Employment in Jeopardy

October 20, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Jobs in hotels and restaurants, and, more generally, in tourism, bear the brunt of the backlash from the accumulation of cyclical or...

Squaring the Circle: We’re Working On It!

October 6, 2016

By Georges Panayotis All the interest politicians are showing in Tourism, particularly as the next elections approach, has produced two figures: 7% of the...

Living in Fear, but Keeping a Smile

September 8, 2016

by Georges Panayotis The debates that are stirring up the French population and are being fed by the beginning of the presidential campaign have cast a pall...

Forgetting the Past Leaves No Room for the Future

September 2, 2016

by Georges Panayotis When the tide goes out, the sand leaves behind all its irregularities, holes and puddles, empty seashells and dried seaweed … When...

New Hotels! New Talents!

August 30, 2016

by Georges Panayotis It is natural for jobs to evolve, for functions to be diversified, for technology to intervene at all stages of management in order...

Customer Turned Dictator?

June 9, 2016

by Georges Panayotis In just a few years customers have changed visibly. Surely you have noticed, but to what extent? Steeped in the marketing principles...

One Lost, Ten Gone!

June 2, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Without getting overly nostalgic, one might wonder if hotel accommodations have succeeded in accommodating clientele for all of...

What is Essential is Invisible to the Eye

May 26, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Urgent responses from governments happen in parallel to a manifest will to demonstrate strength. Divided between the need to...

Hey! Roll Up Your Sleeves!

May 19, 2016

by Georges Panayotis From time to time it is wise to take a look at evolution and the change in the economic model that it brought about. In fact, at the...

The One Who Pays the Most Manages to Earn the Least!

May 12, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Take a sector that brings together the leaders in the global ranking in its category. An economic activity that, not only...

I Love Hospitality (oh yes I do)

April 28, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Others have sung that tune before me, in other circumstances and in other sectors as well, yet it should come as no surprise after...

Putting People Back at the Center of the Corporate World

April 21, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Recent events affecting the global hospitality industry bring plenty of reasons for employees to be concerned, especially as another...

The Voltaire Syndrome

April 14, 2016

by Georges Panayotis In light of the rising power of platforms for renting out private accommodations, hotel groups first expressed casual indifference,...

The Show’s Not Over Until the Fat Lady Sings…

March 31, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Customers have become increasingly difficult for hotel marketing managers to comprehend, perceive, satisfy... Good old-fashioned...

Can’t Scare Me!

March 24, 2016

By Georges Panayotis In the ongoing restructuring of the hotel landscape worldwide, three major models will coexist. Each is representative of a specific...

Grow to Gain Strength

March 10, 2016

by Georges Panayotis Not so long ago, the natural growth of hotel groups led them to build solid foundations on their national market place in order to...

The Hotel Industry Needs Refreshing so it Won’t be Strangled by Deflation

February 25, 2016

by Georges Panayotis The hotel industry is said to be one of the oldest in the world. Indeed, over several thousands of years of history, accommodations...

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