Siegel, Richard
April 2005
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2005, p2
Trade Publication
Presents the letter from the publisher of "Hospitality Upgrade," regarding on the success in publishing industry in the U.S. Invitation of leading suppliers of computer software and programs in respond to demand of new technologies in the hospitality industry; Experiences of the publisher when starting a business; Significance of the family in business.


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