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Hotel operators have a problem. F & B has long been an important component of hospitality, but while customer preferences have evolved, hotels largely haven’t, and as a consequence those customers are heading for independent restaurants in droves, leaving hoteliers to count their losses. At SEAHIS 2017, a breakout panel of industry experts came together…

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The idea that restaurants would charge money for table reservations seems unlikely, but this practice already occurs in some situations. Additionally, a recent study published by Cornell University finds that some guests would accept this practice, although most study respondents still consider paying separately to be unfair. A report on this study, “Revenue Management in…

The hotel industry has been paying close attention to the rising numbers of Chinese tourists, and in particular how they spend their money in the F&B outlets. What we’d really like to keep tabs on is what they’re drinking these days, and for Chinese business travelers it seems they’re sticking with the old-school drinks like…

James Suckling is one of today’s leading wine critics whose views are read and respected by wine lovers, serious wine collectors, and people in the wine trade worldwide. Most of his time is spent working on projects based around his his own website JamesSuckling.com, as well as promoting and creating pieces for his 100 point…

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S.Pellegrino, the world famous sparkling water launches a new limited edition bottle this year, designed in collaboration with Vogue Italia as part of ‘Talents and Food’ – a global initiative aimed at supporting talented young chefs and young designers. The limited edition S.Pellegrino Vogue Italia bottle has been launched to celebrate the extraordinary global partnership…

Despite living in a digital age, business professionals still prefer face-to-face meetings. According to a recent global study by Hilton Worldwide (NYSE: HLT), more than two-thirds of professionals, ranging from millennials to age 65+, overwhelmingly prefer meeting in-person over any other collaboration method. The study, which polled business professionals across the U.S., UK and China,…

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