Hospitality

Micro-holidays and Local Travel will be The New Travel Trends: Jurgen Bailom

Micro-holidays and Local Travel will be The New Travel Trends: Jurgen Bailom

Hospitality, Interview
The Coronavirus pandemic has heavily impacted the global economy. However, there is only a few that are hit as hard and as fast as the travel and hospitality industry. The hospitality industry has expected to lose millions of jobs and billions in revenue. The entire world is struggling to put a halt on the COVID-19 virus. Jurgen Bailom, President and CEO, Jalesh Cruises With restrictions being gradually lifted from businesses and economic activities, the tourism and hospitality sector is gearing up to start operations with safety modules in place. Mr. Jurgen Bailom, President and CEO, Jalesh Cruises talks to MediaCatalyst about the current situation, reviving operations, industry trends, and other aspects of the industry. Read the excerpts from the interaction with Mr. Bailom. In ...

Expectations from the Restaurants During the Pandemic and Beyond

Column, Hospitality
Author: Jaasjyot Surri, CEO and Co-Founder, SJI Hospitality and Foods Private Limited Pandemic, social distancing and the novel coronavirus are only three phrases that seem to be permanently etched into our dictionary in current times. The on-going health calamity has impacted the Indian restaurant domain just like nearly any other sphere. The commencement of the Covid-19 pandemic has provoked a sea alteration in the way restaurants are being operated now and even in the post-pandemic phase that could change everything from how guest’s check-in to how the food is being served. Further, then upsetting fiscal impact, the pandemic has also managed to take a toll on our social and personal health. The once-upon-a-time tradition of breaking bread with one another which has been a long-s...