LOUVRE HOTELS GROUP CAPITALISES ON ITS YOUNG TALENTS BY LAUNCHING A “YOUNG CORE” .COMMITTEE
Emulating the Lakers, the legendary Los Angeles basketball team,Louvre Hotels Group, subsidiary of Jin Jiang International, has created its “Young Core” committee in order to develop a select group of young graduates every year.
An unusual format inspired by one of the NBA’s greatest teams Far from the young advisory boards and other “Shadow Committees” created by many companies in recent years, Louvre Hotels Group has made a bold move, piggybacking a “Young Core” committee directly onto its Executive Committee.

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Hoteliers gain access to leading platform for short-term bookings
CultSwitch, the innovative channel management provider for hotels, has equipped its channel manager of the same name with an interface to
HotelTonight. HotelTonight, now part of Airbnb, was the first hotel platform to specialize in last-minute, discounted hotel room reservation. HotelTonight was founded in 2010 and its headquarters are based in San Francisco, USA.
The globally active company concentrates on finding upscale hotels with any number of rooms in larger cities.

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Total tourism & leisure industry private equity deals in Q3 2019 worth $7.72bn were announced globally, according to GlobalData’s deals database. The value marked a decrease of 14.2% over the previous quarter and a rise of 104.7% when compared with the last four-quarter average, which stood at $3.77bn.
Comparing deals value in different regions of the globe, North America held the top position, with total announced deals in the period worth $6.34bn. At the country level, the US topped the list in terms of deal value at $6.34bn.

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While other countries are trying to make entry requirements as easy as possible, the People’s Republic of China is tightening their entry law into the country. Many tourists from all over the world who wanted to travel to China are currently considering entry.
Tourism in China has been booming for many years now, hotels of all classes are popping up all over the country. The infrastructure has been improved, the number of modern express trains has doubled in the last three years, intercity buses have become more modern and safer, causing millions of people from all over the world to travel to the country.

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by Zack Quaintance,tophotelnews
TOPHOTELPROJECTS Founder & CEO Rolf W. Schmidt tells attendees at TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR New York that the United States leads the world in new hotel development, having surpassed China at the moment.
The hotel project pipeline in North America is in the midst of an ongoing boom, according to new stats released at the TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR event in New York.

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Differing trends in the continents characterise 2019 – Above-average growth by Asians contrasts with decline in Latin American outbound travel – General outlook for 2020 positive – ITB Berlin presents the latest global trends of the World Travel Monitor® by IPK International.As in previous years international tourism continues to grow in 2019, though not quite as strongly as before. During the first eight months of this year outbound trips increased worldwide by 3.9 per cent, one percentage point below 2018. This year, Asia again recorded the highest growth in international travel, while Latin America saw a decline.

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