VENDOR: To Be or Not to Be a Vendor

Burnett, Kris
July 2007
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2007, p29
Trade Publication
The article discusses the author's experience of working as a hotelier and how it helps her to better understand vendors in the hotel industry in the U.S. She stresses that working in two hotel companies made her understand the role played by vendors within the industry. The author points out the lessons she learned with her encounter from vendors enhances her relationship with customers as well as meet their demands. Also, she states on the reasons that made her choose the vendor profession.


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