It’s been an exciting week for Revenue by Design. We have just launched our new website – take a look here www.revenuebydesign.co.uk and busy preparing for next years conference ‘Revenue Manager in Evolution – Profit Manager, Data Strategist or Inventory Manager?’ Save the Date – 13th February 2018, London! More details here
In addition, we have been catching up with industry news – which centres on data management, optimising your Google presence and the market dynamics facing UK hoteliers. Catch up on the latest below!
When it comes to capitalizing on industry data, size isn’t what matters.
The omnipresent data discussion needs to move from the volume of data to using the right types of data, with an infrastructure that can effectively leverage it. Then hoteliers can confidently reach ambitious profit goals. Paul Van Meerendonk from IDeaS shares his views on the ongoing data debate
Hotelier’s Action Plan to Maximize Revenues from the Google Ecosystem
Optimising the power of Google can be one of your best marketing strategies – but can also be hugely overwhelming. Read this excellent overview from HEBS Digital as to the Google Ecosystem and how you can make it work for you.
Ideal distribution plan balances OTAs, direct channels
Presence on all distribution channels and access to guest data – just a couple of the take outs from the recent panel discussion at the Hotel Data Conference in Nashville. Read more about what the industry experts had to say about creating the optimal distribution strategy.
The changing dynamics of the UK Hotel Market
With so many factors impacting the UK Hotel market, hotels need to recognise there is no room for a ‘one size fits all’ approach. this week, Michael McCartan of Duetto has presented an overview of key market challenges facing UK hoteliers.
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