Hotels & Resorts

Your highly-informed guests are being presented an ever-increasing number of choices from your competitors. They demand a superior experience that is tailored to their desires at a compelling price point. Now, guests are worried about their travel excursions beyond their hotel stay. By creating a cohesive guest journey that is aligned with your brand strategy, you can easily become their hotel of choice. The question becomes; are you attracting guests through compelling marketing campaigns, engaging them through a unique sales experience, managing offers that are high value, and ensuring that those offers are distributed through optimal channels to drive loyalty and grow profits? Are your prices competitive to ensure that you are driving the right guests at the right time? Finally, have you set up on-going assessments of your capabilities to determine opportunities for continuous improvement to uncover quick hit opportunities to drive revenue?

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Vice President, Global Hotel Company

Hotels & Resorts Value Proposition

Brand Marketing Sales and
Contract Negotiations
Revenue Management
and Ancillary
Distribution Loyalty

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Matt Busch

Matt Busch serves as a Managing Partner with Revenue Analytics. In this role, he advises clients and leads engagements on Revenue Management strategy to assess, develop and deliver industry-leading pricing, inventory and Revenue Management capabilities.

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