Ready or not, here they come!
“They” are leisure and business travelers, who are spending at levels not seen since prior to the recession. In fact, business travel alone is expected to grow more than 5 percent in 2013, according to the Global Business Travel Association. Clearly, the leisure and hospitality sector is in growth mode again, and could generate as much as $2 trillion in the United States alone this year.
More good news: You’re ready for them, having spent the past few years perfecting your products and services to meet the inevitable upswing. Your facilities and people are better than ever, and ready to serve this pent-up demand. But you’re also ready because of Leisure and Hospitality International.
Leisure and Hospitality International is the magazine for today’s hospitality executives: smart, creative and ready to put their skills to work for an exciting new era of hospitality and leisure. Whether they work for hotels, resorts, restaurants, cruise lines, casinos, airlines or any of the other important pieces of this exciting industry, Leisure and Hospitality International is here to keep them updated on the latest trends and news.
Every issue features our award-winning editors’ coverage of back-of-house developments in new technologies, training techniques, supply chain management, marketing, customer data management and more. The customer-facing side is covered, too, through our exciting profiles of the world’s top leisure and hospitality companies, and the techniques they use to woo and win the loyalty of today’s travelers.
Leisure and Hospitality International’s readers are senior-level executives and other decision-makers in all areas of the hospitality industry, including those mentioned above as well as theaters, sporting venues and amusement parks. The magazine provides its valued advertisers with an opportunity to reach these industry leaders, who influence purchase decisions for equipment, furniture, food and beverages, IT, consulting, logistics and more.
More About the Magazine
Leisure and Hospitality International keeps its readers up to date with an active webpage and Twitter feed, as well as a quarterly magazine that provides expert opinions and company profiles in these sections:
“Getting There” –Airlines/airports, cruise ships, car rentals, bus services and other means of travel.
“Being There” – The things that make travel so exciting, such as sporting events, museums, concert venues and more.
“Staying There” – Where weary travelers can rest their heads, including hotels, hostels and resorts.
“Eating There” – Restaurants, cafes and other places where travelers can get a taste of a new locale.