Vimana enters training partnership with Hospitality Management Bookstore

Vimana Franchise Systems, franchisor of the Centerstone Hotel and Key West Inn brands, entered into a new partnership with Hospitality Management Bookstore for their franchisee employee training programs.

Vimana now offers the Vimana University optional online resource for employee training. The interactive courses encompass all areas of hospitality including front desk, housekeeping, human resources, general management, food & beverage and more. The training material specific for Vimana University includes brand programs and standards as well as a course on converting to a Centerstone or Key West property. The program was unanimously approved at Vimana’s Franchise Advisory Council meeting.

“We are really excited about the Vimana partnership. Our team is committed to provide high-quality education that decreases employee turnover cost and results in superior guest satisfaction increasing social media scores,” said Ken Edwards, founder and president of HMBookstore.

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“This is a very cost-effective program for our franchisees who are seeking a training program for their employees,” said Amanda Belmonte, VP of franchise services for Vimana. Centerstone and Key West franchisees will have excluive pricing and access to Vimana University.

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