Technology is advancing at an alarming rate, especially in the hospitality and tourism industry. Customer-facing interactions are quickly being replaced with self-scan, self- check transactions, which have enabled the customer to become more self-sufficient. A study at the University of Oxford has even revealed that by the year 2033, as many as 47% of modern day job roles could be claimed by automation. Is it the end for customer service provided by actual people?
Throughout 2016, Glion students came out in force to support the efforts of the Glion Charity Committee (GCC), attending events and making donations to help the committee achieve their fund-raising goals. This semester, the GCC collected funds for the Sumba Hospitality Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by a Glion alumna that provides vocational hospitality courses for local children to support the growth of sustainable tourism, and for ShareADream, a foundation that connects NGOs
Glion Institute of Higher Education partnered with The New York Times Luxury Travel conference, which took place on 1-2 December at the Grand Hyatt Singapore. For this event, Glion sent representatives to exchange ideas with global thought leaders at this crucial summit to explore the future of luxury travel. Meeting at the iconic Grand Hyatt Singapore, Times journalists and influential thinkers from the worlds of travel, hospitality, technology, retail, fine
Glion Institute of Higher Education, one of the world’s top three hospitality management schools for an international career, is teaming up with World Travel Market, the leading global event for the travel industry, ahead of this fall’s WTM show. Taking place from Monday 7 November at the ExCeL in London, the must-attend three-day b2b exhibition for the worldwide travel and tourism industry has completely revamped for 2016 to give students
When you hear the word hospitality, you might think of hotels, but the truth is that a hospitality management degree will open the doors to more than just restaurants and hotels. A good hotel school will give you the skills, experience and business knowledge to work in many industries offering endless possibilities for career growth. Here’s a look at the vast world of hospitality management and the adjacent industries where