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Articles tagged “soho house”

Coronavirus

Soho House Disappoints in Public Debut as Owner’s Shares Fall 6%

Membership Collective Group's first-day plummet on the New York Stock Exchange is bad optics for a brand banking on travelers coveting exclusivity at properties like Soho House over the next decade.

Soho House Disappoints in Public Debut as Owner’s Shares Fall 6%

Coronavirus

Casinos Join Hotels on Asset-Light Strategy: What Took Them so Long?

If online gaming is the future of casinos, MGM Resorts' asset-light strategy in Las Vegas is only the beginning of a wave of resort sales to pump resources into digital gambling halls.

Casinos Join Hotels on Asset-Light Strategy: What Took Them so Long?

Airlines

The Southwest-Skiplagged Battle and 9 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

In Skift’s top stories this week, a legal battle between Southwest and Skiplagged continues, U.S. airlines are a mess this summer, and hotels see first growth since the pandemic.

Coronavirus

Soho House’s Parent Discloses Brand Growth Plan During IPO Roadshow

Membership Collective Group's IPO throws major fuel on the idea that members-only clubs have a future post-pandemic. While there may be opportunities in newer brands like The Ned and Scorpios, it is the mature Soho House that is the bread-and-butter to global expansion.

Soho House’s Parent Discloses Brand Growth Plan During IPO Roadshow

Coronavirus

Soho House IPO Filing Reveals Plan to Leverage Cool Factor for Better Rent

Nothing in life (and business) is fair. Soho House is able to expand at lower development costs with a special landlord-tenant relationship unavailable to the average mom-and-pop company.

Soho House IPO Filing Reveals Plan to Leverage Cool Factor for Better Rent

Coronavirus

Soho House One Step Closer to Going Public on New York Stock Exchange

Soho House's push for an initial public offering puts a lot of stock around the idea that more customers want some degree of exclusivity following the pandemic.

Soho House One Step Closer to Going Public on New York Stock Exchange

Coronavirus

Soho House Files Confidentially in Potential $3 Billion Bid To Go Public

Exclusivity going public, like SoHo House's initial public offering, is a further signal luxury brands are poised for a major upswing on the other side of the pandemic.

Coronavirus

What SoHo House Going Public Says About the Future of Luxury Travel

Even if luxury travel bounces back quickly, there may be a ceiling on how well an exclusive, members-only club like SoHo House will do during the pandemic recovery relative to traditional, luxury hotel competitors.

What SoHo House Going Public Says About the Future of Luxury Travel

Hotels

When Exclusivity Feels Familiar, Soho House Looks to Another Club: Wall Street

As Soho House considers plans to go public, there's a lot of competition on the horizon at every turn. This, plus the inevitable struggle to balance aggressive growth versus exclusivity, and a less-than-stellar customer experience, presents some problems on the horizon.

Hotels

New Private Member Clubs Take On Soho House to Redefine Hospitality

It sounds antithetical but, in their efforts to make everyone feel "like a local," perhaps hotel brands should be taking a look at The Curtain and Karl Lagerfeld Hotels, seeing how the private club model could work for them.

New Private Member Clubs Take On Soho House to Redefine Hospitality