Hotel Data Conference 2017
 
Hotel Data Conference 2017
14 AUGUST 2017 3:37 PM

The HNN editorial team recaps the latest insights and trends that were hot topics at the 2017 Hotel Data Conference, held 9-11 August in Nashville, Tennessee.

How revenue managers navigate cancellations, OTAs
What hoteliers should watch for in the broader economy
Ideal distribution plan balances OTAs, direct channels
How new technology can fit into today’s hotel industry
Age matters in timing of hotel renovations, closures
Trends to look out for when booking hotel business
How hoteliers can use AI, BI to improve operations
6 things to know about what differentiates markets
5 things to know about US hotel closures
What meeting planners want: Speed, service, variety
Hoteliers delve into the evolution of loyalty programs
How oil prices affect hotel demand in some markets
Hoteliers examine hotel financing, brand development
How culture, transparency factor into hotel M&A
5 things hoteliers should understand about Airbnb
Fragmented Americas show variable performance
Lodging experts on trends affecting the hotel industry
How independent hoteliers adapt to the changing cycle
5 things to know about Wall Street’s outlook on hotels
In era of tech, revenue management needs creativity
Non-rooms revenue must focus on guests’ emotions
F&B trends: Catering, banquets lead in revenue growth
Revenue maximization starts with relationships
Adapting to guests lies at heart of industry disruptors
New supply’s pending impact on the top 25 US markets
Hoteliers adjust hiring for millennials in analytics
Generational cues help hoteliers boost demand
Beers with bosses: CEOs candidly talk industry’s future
3 things to know about the global hotel supply pipeline
Van Paasschen: Innovation key to fighting disruption
HDC Day Two: Data cuts through noise, resets thinking
HDC Day One: Future is as bright as hoteliers make it
Strong demand keeps US hotel performance growing




Marshall CEO predicts boom in business for rest of year
Frits van Paasschen calls for change in brand landscape
Snapshot: Pacifica Hotels captures California vibe
STR CEO Hite delves into trends behind revised forecast
Noble’s Shah looking at ‘micro over macro’




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