In its second day, the Hunter Hotel Investment Conference included discussions about the industry's financial future, employee culture and changes needed.
The mood at the annual Atlanta event was marked by cautious optimism despite hotel executive's concerns about what the future will bring.
Brian Athas previously served as revenue strategy director for TMI Hospitality in Fargo, N.C.
Regarding change, five industry CEOs formed a consensus that the hotel industry still has legs as long as it’s willing to keep on walking.
The management company is implementing the cloud-based financial-performance-management application to optimize profitability.
The company reported positive growth in terms of net income, RevPAR and pipeline growth during its fourth-quarter and 2018 earnings call.
The company reported a chainwide occupancy increase of 8 percentage points across its portfolios for the last six months of 2018.
Hotels in the management company's portfolio can automatically and accurately share of performance data from all locations in real time.
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