Articles tagged “universities”

Hotels

Sports Illustrated’s Game Plan for Resorts and Hotels

Sports Illustrated's play for hotels could prove a winning brand extension. But its resorts risk becoming an also-ran if their operations aren't well coached.

Sports Illustrated’s Game Plan for Resorts and Hotels

Hotels

Graduate Hotels Enters Short-Term Rentals With Eye on College Football Fans

Expect other hotel brands to watch the Graduate Hotels' experiment. Professionally managing vacation rentals may be a path for hotels to expand their reach while minimizing some risks.

Graduate Hotels Enters Short-Term Rentals With Eye on College Football Fans

Online Travel

Amadeus’ First Travel Tech School Will Open Soon on Spain’s Canary Islands

Amadeus will soon open an educational program for travel careers at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The plan is for employees and professors to use virtual reality tools and other technology to train students. If it works, it could address a yawning skills gap in the labor market.

Amadeus’ First Travel Tech School Will Open Soon on Spain’s Canary Islands

Online Travel

Can Scotland Create a Regional Travel Tech Hub for a Post-Coronavirus World?

Countries lack a playbook in coping with the pandemic's effect on tourism, but Scotland is one to watch when it comes to its new effort to boost its travel tech sector.

Can Scotland Create a Regional Travel Tech Hub for a Post-Coronavirus World?

Business Travel

College Tour Planning Is a Growing Niche for Travel Advisors

The business of planning custom college tours has the potential to grow as tuition continues to balloon at schools across the U.S. The relative cost of having an expert plan an intensive college visit may be worth it for students and families preparing to make a major investment.

College Tour Planning Is a Growing Niche for Travel Advisors