Style and Meaning Are Necessities for Boutiques

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27/11/2017
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C-suite executives of four of Europe’s most innovative hotel companies spoke recently to explain that being boutique for the sake of it will lead nowhere, that differentiation is key as long as any offering is authentic, and that it is important to make sure authenticity is equably applicable to staff as much as to guests.

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Viceroy Hotel Group CEO: "Every Hotel Has to be One-of-a-Kind"

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By Stephanie Ricca
16/11/2017


BUENOS AIRES, Argentina—Corporate culture—particularly leadership culture—is important to Bill Walshe, CEO of Viceroy Hotel Group since 2012. Under the Viceroy Hotel Group umbrella, the company has nine Viceroy-branded hotels open, with projects underway in Algarve, Portugal; Vietnam; Istanbul; Serbia; Panama and Buenos Aires.

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What is Driving Travelers to Make the Choices they Make?

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Luxury Hoteliers Magazine
By Sharon Hirschowitz

The spotlight is on Tom Marchant, owner and co-founder of the Black Tomato Group, in the latest issue of Luxury Hoteliers Magazine.

Tom prefers to do things differently, and The Black Tomato Group is an extension of his philosophy, creating bespoke travel experiences that start with the dream and discover the destination on the way. Here he talks about truly connecting, engaging and creating experiences that are transformative, and tells us about some favorite travel destinations you’ll want to visit.

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The TRICK to Navigating the Seas of Transition

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By Thomas Mielke, founding partner and managing director, Aethos Consulting Group
13/11/2017

Approximately a month ago, following Ritz-Carlton's previous announcement about moving into the cruise line sector, I contemplated the issues that must have been discussed in the boardroom prior to committing to such an endeavor. It stirred my thinking about a company's transition into a new business area that requires new skill sets and a firm’s transformation from a company culture perspective to accommodate and welcome a new talent pool into its realms.

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KRACK: The Implications For Hotel Industry

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By Pavel Pohl, Founder & CEO at nettify.com
November 2017

First of all, what is KRACK?

KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attack) is a security flaw in the WPA2 protocol, which could allow hackers to steal sensitive information such as credit card numbers, passwords, chat messages, emails, photos, etc.

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