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Monumental Blow

The government response to the paralysing impact the pandemic has had on the economy has left the tourism and hospitality sectors out in the cold. As joblessness in these sectors cross 35 million, BW Businessworld takes stock of the ground realities

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Lemon Tree Hotels Announces Is Debut In Bhutan

The hotel, located on Changlam street, Thimphu, features 27 well-appointed rooms, complemented by a multi-cuisine restaurant, Citrus Café, with a picturesque alfresco dining area, Citrus Patio; a hip recreation bar, Slounge; a well-equipped fitness centre and more.

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Can Platforms Pave The Way To An Inclusive $5 Trillion Economy?

The country needs a concerted ecosystem-wide effort to create conditions where Persons with Disability have an equal opportunity for benefiting from the platform economy

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Hoteliers Meet On Disruption

The 3rd Indian Hospitality Summit saw the best minds in the industry meet on the broad theme of disruption

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2017 Winners: The BW Hotelier Indian Hospitality Summit and Awards 2017

The second season of the BW Hotelier Indian Hospitality Summit and Awards was a two-day gala event held at The Leela Ambience Gurugram on 23rd and 24th March, 2017. This year's Summit focussed on how hospitality industry is 'Ramping Up for the Future'

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The Highlight On Procurement Department In Hospitality

In a conclusive message, the leading managers noted that they hope to see the purchasing managers becoming the general manager of operations of the resorts and hotels

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How Does The Investment In Green Technologies Pay Off?

The discussion started off by introducing the methodical environmental-friendly facilities that each of the leading hoteliers have applied to their groups of hotels in India

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‘Smart Hotels Need Smart People’

The training of the staff is most important. We may have the latest technology but if staff isn’t trained enough than it’s a waste, says David Hopcroft, general manager at Le Meridien Gurgaon

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The Hospitable Indian

Indian hotel chains are looking to take their unique brand of customer service to a wider global audience

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