Case Study: Hotel Il San Pietro di Positano
A case study coauthored by Professor Chekitan Dev centers on how the independent Italian hotel can leverage brand strengths to remain competitive.
Analyzing Data to Meet Customers’ Expectations
Industry leaders discussed applying analytics to the hospitality industry in a roundtable discussion hosted by the Center for Hospitality Research.
Center for Hospitality Research Celebrates 30 Years
Take a look back at what the Center for Hospitality Research has achieved over the last year in the center’s Annual Report FY 2021-2022.
Research: The State of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Hospitality industry
Cornell Nolan Hotel School Professor leads on first benchmarking DEI hospitality study
How the Disruptive Business of Home-Sharing is Being Disrupted
Home sharing has opened up a world of opportunities for people looking to rent out their properties. Airbnb and similar companies have become a popular way for people to list […]
The Next 100 Years: Innovators and Disruptors Shaping the Future of Hospitality
Panelists discuss the strategies of hospitality industry innovators and disruptors, lessons to be learned from these forerunners’ successes and failures, key drivers of innovation and disruption in travel, and predictions for the future.
Cornell Hotel Indices: First Quarter 2022 Beware the Ides of March
Hotels in gateway and non-gateway cities continue to post positive performance, but hotels in non-gateway cities are experiencing greater gains, according to research from Professor Crocker H. Liu and coauthors.
Creating Stability in an Ever-changing Social Environment
Businesses delivering products and services that help people feel connected to the world and that promote a sense of groundedness may have an advantage over competitors.
Sustainability Remains a Top Priority in the Hospitality Industry
Sustainability is now considered an essential pillar of corporate strategy, according to expert panelists at the 12th Annual Sustainability Roundtable, an event hosted by the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research (CHR).