2 April 2020
Your latest instalment of articles and opinions from across the Hospitality sector.
Covid-19 has dramatically changed the lives of most people – the question is, which changes do we think are relatively short-lived and which do we think will be permanent? In our view, the desire to travel, live in community and to have new experiences is in our DNA – so when the clouds lift, we will get back on planes, eat in restaurants, drink in bars, go to a match and stay in a hotel – we are sure many working parents are fantasising about a spa weekend away. But longer term, how many of us will decide we don't need to jump on a plane to attend that meeting or conference? Flight shaming was all the rage before Covid-19 arrived, and ESG is omnipresent. So will we decide to attend remotely and have a low carbon footprint? And how many of us will decide to work from home at least one day a week or more? Does this effect the amount of office space that will be needed in this agile world as a result? The way we live and work has definitely changed and will not go back to the way it was. What do you think will change?
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Brewdog hosted its first online bar at the weekend…
Deliveroo launches a rapid payment system for restaurants
Cloudbeds raises $82 million for its all-in-one hospitality management platform
(Hotel Technology News)
Beonprice opens access to online revenue management training
(Hotel News Resource)