Competing with Short-Term Rentals for Leisure and Small Groups
Competing with Short-Term Rentals for Leisure and Small Groups

Larry Mogelonsky · 3 May

With travel recovery getting underway, hoteliers would be wise to closely follow the performance of home sharing platform bookings relative to tradit

Ways That Hotels Can Make Money from the Metaverse (Part 2)
Ways That Hotels Can Make Money from the Metaverse (Part 2)

Larry Mogelonsky · 7 Apr

Lengthy and chunky explanations of each specific use case compelled us to make this a two-parter consisting of a total of ten potential ways that hot

Hotels Must Embrace Creative Destruction with an Emphasis on Destruction
Hotels Must Embrace Creative Destruction with an Emphasis on Destruction

Larry Mogelonsky · 4 Apr

The new economy presents numerous challenges for hotels with the three biggest elephants in the guestroom being spastic occupancies from COVID-19, su

How Hotels Can Dip Their Toes in the NFT Waters
How Hotels Can Dip Their Toes in the NFT Waters

Larry Mogelonsky · 10 Feb

With all the hype throughout 2021 concerning blockchains, cryptocurrencies, nonfungible tokens (NFTs) and the dawn of the metaverse, now is the time

In Vino Veritas LXXVIII: By the Glass Strategy

Larry Mogelonsky · 26 May

One of the luxuries of self-isolation is that it has afforded me the chance to drink down my cellar, as well as take the time to converse with a few