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[SALE] Top 5 Hotel Competitor Pricing Dataset

我們最近推出了一個包含“五名酒店業競爭對手定價”的實時數據集,以幫助酒店實施智能策略定價

由於Airbnb改變了旅遊趨勢,目前酒店行業競爭激烈,我們提供的實時數據是從非數碼形式轉換為數碼形式。

在這個每日更新的數據集中,它包括一個月的日期,客戶的競爭對手的名稱以及最便宜的2人房間的價格。 我們還包含來自Airbnb的五家距離相近民宿的定價,以幫助酒店經理了解酒店行業的定價趨勢。 每次更新數據集時,只需50港幣就能幫助管理人員創建智能策略定價

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We recently launched a new dataset which contains “Top 5 Competitors Pricing” to help Hotels to have a Smart Pricing Strategies.
Since Airbnb has changed travel trends, the hotel industry is highly competitive nowadays, We provide real-time data which is generated from paper form into digital form.
In this daily updated dataset, it includes the date within one month, the name of the customer’s competitor, and the price of the cheapest room for 2 persons. We also include pricing for five closest hostels from Airbnb to help hotel managers understand the pricing trends in the hotel industry. Each time the dataset is updated, it only costs HK$50 to help managers create Smart Pricing Strategies.

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[NEWS] Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development: Promoting Sustainable Green Tourism Is One of Our Priorities

The Acting Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Dr. CHAN Pak Li, Bernard, JP, speaks at the Legislative Council meeting today (March 29) on the conclusion of the motion debate on “Increasing domestic demand and expanding visitor sources”

The Agriculture,Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) will liaise with the Tourism Commission to improve Hong Kong’s hot and potential hiking trails in phases over the next few years, including information boards, hiking trails, and real-time weather display screens. And so on, to provide more convenient facilities for travelers. We initially selected ten hiking trails to enhance our tourist facilities, including popular routes recommended by international media such as Hong Kong Island Longji and Saigon MacLehose Trail. Walking trails familiar to overseas tourists are the first section of Lai Chi Wo, the second section of Wuyi Teng in the North District and the Phoenix Trail in Lantau. The AFCD will also update and enrich its website and mobile applications, and add a social platform for sharing and photo geotagging to facilitate travelers sharing green tourism information.

The third development strategy is smart tourism. We will set up a new Smart Travel Landing Page to provide tourist and traffic information for passengers arriving at the Hong Kong International Airport, West Kowloon Railway Station, Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge and Hong Kong ports to enhance their travel experience and facilitate their visits to different attractions. . When visitors use the Wi-Fi service provided by the above venues, they can connect to the website to obtain information including the facilities where the passengers are located, the traffic information of the tourist hotspots, information of hotels and retail facilities, etc. to assist passengers in planning their journeys and Hong Kong activities.

In addition, the use of information technology to enhance operational efficiency and competitiveness is a general trend. As early as in the fiscal year 2016–17, we allocated $10 million to establish the “Travel Agent IT Development Matching Fund Pilot Project” through the Brigade Council. Since the launch of the scheme, the brigade has approved a total of about 110 applications. The industry has responded enthusiastically. In view of this, we have allocated an additional $30 million to the Brigade Council in 2008–19 to continue to implement and optimize the scheme and encourage more small and medium-sized travel agencies to use IT equipment themselves, including improving service quality and strengthening Information system security, improvement of inbound tour management, etc.

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[NEWS] Sunway Hotel Builds a Model Enterprise for Sustainable Development in Asia

Mr. Song said: “It is my pleasure to be able to lead Sunway Hotels and Sunway Resorts. Sunway’s new vision is to enrich life through innovation, build a better tomorrow for the community, and become a model company for sustainable development in Asia. To achieve this goal, I believe we will be able to lead Sunway to achieve a new stage of operational excellence, growth, and development based on this success. ”

As the new CEO, Mr. Song will be responsible for Sunway’s 11 hotels in Malaysia, Cambodia and Vietnam. These hotels have more than 3,300 rooms, suites, serviced apartments and luxury villas as well as conference facilities.

His current focus is on managing the company’s strategy, improving its operational excellence and supporting the future growth of its properties, and maximizing brand potential, especially in traditional markets and new markets, and further increase production.

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[NEWS] Marriott Latest Hotel Group to Align CSR with the Global Goals

Ray Bennett, Chief Global Officer, Global Operations at Marriott International and Serve 360 Executive Leadership Council Co-Chair said, “As the global hospitality leader with properties and associates across 125 countries and territories, Marriott International has a global responsibility and unique opportunity to be a force for good in all aspects of our business. We recognize that how we do business is as important as the business that we do. Incorporating environmental and social initiatives, including human rights awareness training, into our business is not only the right thing to do, it has a direct impact on our profits and beyond.

“Associates and customers want to work for and do business with a company that aligns with their values and drives positive community impact. We are proud to be part of the solution.”

The platform is also based on Marriott’s goals and vision for supporting the 2030 ITP. International tourism partnership is the voice of sustainable development in the hotel industry, making this area a more equitable future. With the support of its members, the organization launched targets on carbon, water, youth employment and human rights.

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Marriott Latest Hotel Group to Align CSR with the Global Goals

ITP’s Goals for 2030 unite the hotel industry for a sustainable future

More about: Serve 360 and Marriott’s commitments

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[NEWS] Global Hotel Industry Group Announces SDGs Commitment for 2030

The goal of ITP is to seriously build and respond to the four core sustainability issues that affect responsible global hotel suppliers. They explicitly called on the wider industry to use the Sustainable Development Goals (also referred to as global targets) as the key to promoting business operations in the hotel business. The goal is to promote the further development of the company’s knowledge. Accelerating cooperation is faster than your ability.

ITP Director Fran Hughes said, “This cross-industry alignment to a single set of Goals is a fantastic achievement for the International Tourism Partnership. It is also a reflection of the increasing importance that the hospitality industry attaches to sustainability issues. As we move into the second half of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, business leaders have put the competition to one side to create an ambitious vision for the future and a rallying call to the whole industry. By working together, I feel certain that these businesses will create a more sustainable future for the entire hospitality industry.”

Read More: Global hotel industry group announces SDGs commitment for 2030/

 

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[NEWS] UN Works with Global Hotel Industry to Reduce Emissions

The International Tourism Partnership (ITP) which is a global organization combines the world’s most powerful hotel company with 30,000 member hotels while embracing the ambition to be the core scientific goal of the Paris Agreement.

The central goal of the agreement is to keep the global average temperature well below 2 degrees Celsius, as close to 1.5 degrees Celsius as possible. Achieving this goal is critical to preventing the worst effects of climate change, including fires, floods and water shortages that threaten tourism in many parts of the world.

Research commissioned by ITP highlights that the hotel industry must reduce its carbon emissions by 66% by 2030 and 90% by 2050 to stay within the 2˚C threshold agreed at COP21.

The result is the ITP Goal that provides a clear and practical response to the core sustainable development issues facing the hotel industry. These goals send strong appeals to a wider range of industries and emphasize the key importance of targeting the sustainable development goals (Sustainable Development Goals) as a focus on sustainable growth.

Niclas Svenningsen, head of the Climate Neutral Now initiative at the UNFCCC secretariat, said “the hospitality industry can play a huge role in enhancing the environmental performance of its many properties and locations, but also to raise awareness among the public due to its enormous reach. We feel encouraged to see leading hotel chains worldwide spearheading these efforts.”

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UN Works with Global Hotel Industry to Reduce Emissions

Research commissioned by ITP

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[NEWS] IHG Group’s commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

IHG have identified the seven Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) where they believe they can have the greatest impact to address some of the world’s biggest challenges and ensure the long-term sustainability and success of their business – from reducing poverty and hunger through economic multiplier effect, to providing quality education via their IHG Academy and decent work to hundreds of thousands of colleagues globally, and combating climate change through the IHG Green Engage system.

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Read more > https://www.ihgplc.com/en/responsible-business/introduction/sustainable-development-goals