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Infographic: Projecting Hotel Trends for 2021

  • By Rob Patterson
  • October 27, 2020

With the complications of the pandemic, it has been a tough year for the travel industry. In spite of the challenges, though, many Americans altered their plans to account for safety and enjoy some time away – and that trend is likely to continue in 2021. For those in the hotel industry, it becomes all the more imperative to understand where consumers’ heads are at in order to make operational adjustments and assuage any concerns they might have. In this infographic, we take a look at what hotel visitors have to say about their plans for travel in the coming year. Read More

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7 Things To Know About the Path Forward for Alcohol in Hospitality

  • By Rob Patterson
  • October 21, 2020

Though the COVID-19 pandemic has adversely impacted the hospitality industry in 2020, consumers are still itching to jet off for a vacation. In fact, according to a recent survey by Nielsen CGA, 77% of U.S. respondents say they will stay at or visit a hotel for a vacation in the coming year. While that is certainly welcome news for hotels, it remains true that the pandemic will have a lasting impact on the ways in which guests choose their destinations and spend time during their stays. Read More

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Jeff Snyder on Promoting Sustainability Through Digital Experiences

  • By Rob Patterson
  • October 15, 2020

Consumers across all demographics are showing support for environmentalism, and businesses across the spectrum are taking notice. However, you can't just say that you're environmentally responsible. You have to adopt policies and practices in every aspect of your business. In an article on the Trade Show News Network, Inspira's Jeff Snyder shares his thoughts on how you can promote and practice sustainability within a digital environment. Read More

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How Beauty Buying is Changing During the Pandemic

  • By Rob Patterson
  • October 13, 2020

Before the pandemic, the beauty industry had already undergone vast change in recent years. Trends like direct-to-consumer disruption, the push towards inclusivity, and personalization — just to name a few — have all made a great impact on how brands engage with their consumers. And, after a year where online sales increased by 18.6% in 2019, brands were in a good position to adapt to store shutdowns and capitalize on digital. Below, we take a look at how the beauty landscape has shifted in 2020 and offer thoughts on the future. Read More

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