MICRO-MARKETS Promise Macro Impact

Kasavana, Michael L.
July 2012
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2012, p146
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the trends and benefits of micro-markets or self-checkout centers, which provide an opportunity for creating innovative alternative to satisfy both the hotel guests and employees. It states that the major advantage of micro-markets is the types and number of products being offered without any restrictions of vending machine spirals or limited pantry space. Moreover, it discusses market capacity, cash acceptance, and payment options for micro-markets.


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