Do We Need More Technology Shows?

Watkins, Ed
April 2001
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2001, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the significance of hotel technology meetings and operations in hospitality industry. It mentions that the use technology and smart operational procedures play important role on the success and failure of small and limited-service hotels. It states that the Strategic Conference on Hospitality Operations & Technology conducted through the partnership of the periodical "Lodging Hospitality" and KPMG Consulting Inc. aims to address operational issues in hospitality industry.


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