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Pricing 101: How to Measure Price Sensitivity

“Sentiment about inflation is causing a realignment in brand loyalties, as consumers are increasingly using rewards and loyalty programs to ease the burdens of inflation.”

Planning for the Future

Tourism data expert Daniel Nāho’opi’i discusses why quantifiable tourism data should be a part of any visitor marketing plan.

Economic Impact of Indigenous Tourism Businesses

AIANNH hospitality businesses contribute $14 billion in annual sales; one in four (26%) of all AIANNH businesses are in the hospitality industry.
Whitepapers, Case Studies & Guidebooks

For a Clean & Limitless Energy Future

In America’s race for energy independence and supremacy, Kronos Fusion Energy Incorporated is well on its way to introducing the ultimate clean energy solution.

Northwest Surgery Center Uses Care Direct to Stay DEA-Compliant

In today’s healthcare space, there are essentially two options for medication storage. Hospitals use very large, expensive automated dispensing cabinets (ADC). In contrast, most smaller healthcare facilities without a dedicated pharmacy use key-locked cabinets.

Travel Trade Manual

For hospitality businesses looking to welcome group travelers and overseas visitors, the best path to success is introducing a new business paradigm that involves working with an intricate network of external businesses collectively known as the travel trade. These businesses.”
Annual Reports & Impact Statements

AIANTA Impact Statement

An overview of AIANTA’s efforts in providing technical assistance and training to the Native hospitality industry and the organization’s impact on Native communities around the United States.

AIANTA Annual Report (2020)

“By the end of 2020, the U.S. Travel Association estimated the travel industry suffered $500 billion in lost spending, $1.1 trillion in lost economic activity and 6 million lost travel-supported jobs. Despite the decline, interest in Native tourism destinations remains strong.

AIANTA Annual Report (2018)

“Although we live in times of great change, at AIANTA we are energized by our common goal of creating a brighter economic future for indigenous communities and Native-owned hospitality businesses around the country.”
Travel & Hospitality

Los Cabos is a Model for Sustainability

“For Los Cabos, sustainability is more than just a catchphrase or a marketing slogan. Rather it is an ethos that long pre-dates the current administration. “Now we call it sustainability,” joked Esponda. “Back then, we called it long-term vision.” Atlanta Journal Constitution)

The Theatre of Food Halls

“Evolving from the fast-growing food truck trend, modern-day food halls have suddenly started taking on a life of their own. Food halls, with the best of a city’s culinary vendors, are opening in nearly every major urban center in America at a pace that’s almost too rapid to chronicle.” (Unpacked, A blog by Omni Hotels)

100 Years of Hotel Trends

Hotel trends are fleeting. So fleeting, we thought it would be interesting to take a step back in time and identify some of the top hotel trends over the past century. Some have come and gone while others like chocolates on our pillows continue to be a mainstay today. (TravelPulse)

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