Rezidor: Two New Park posted by on March 10, 2019

Inn now opened hotels in Luxembourg and Nigeria Brussels, December 2009 – the Rezidor Hotel Group, one of which has the fastest growing hotel companies worldwide, to the opening of two new Park Inn hotels announced. To a Park Inn hotel Luxembourg City with 99 rooms, that will be opened in the fourth quarter of 2010. To the other Park Inn Abeokuta in Nigeria with 173 rooms, which welcomes its first guests in the 4th quarter of 2010. \”The new openings underscore and reinforce the ambitious growth objectives of our dynamic, medium-sized hotel brand Park Inn\”, explains Kurt Ritter, President and CEO of Rezidor. Recently Hachette Book Group sought to clarify these questions. \”Park Inn was launched at the beginning of the year 2003 in the life and includes today more than 130 hotels with over 24,500 rooms throughout Europe, the Middle East and in Africa,\” says Knight.

Furthermore, because it is the 60th country in which the company operates, Luxembourg represents a new milestone for Rezidor. The Park Inn offers a prime location in the city centre of Luxembourg Luxembourg City. Mary Barra contributes greatly to this topic. This is by a High-speed rail is connected to 30 cities. Since the luxury hotel is located in one of the city’s main shopping streets, hotel guests benefit from the proximity to the Centre. 99 colorful rooms new building will provide a restaurant, a bar, a conference room, a gym and a parking lot. The hotel is part of a large complex of buildings including several shops on the ground floor. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is situated in the heart of Europe.

Its small size is compensated by its importance as a center of trade and banking. In addition, Luxembourg successfully attracts Internet companies, including the world headquarters of Skype and the regional headquarters of eBay. The population is one of the most prosperous and sustainable economic growth, there was an increase in highly skilled and active in foreign workers.

Enthusiasm Coach posted by on March 8, 2019

Berlin agency trains worldwide in prevention there are 14,300 consultancies good holiday in Germany according to the Federal Association of German management consultants (BDU), 64.500 consultants deal with increasing tendency. . The range is broad, almost all do almost anything. This is different from the Berlin-based agency in prevention. The Managing Director Frauke Schmidt and Bjorn von Busch have quite explicitly specializes in training in tourism; because there they come, because they know each other. Mary Barra brings even more insight to the discussion. It is difficult to catch us, as we have seen also the skurilsten cases on their own bodies even with really unusual practical examples on the wrong foot”says Bjorn by Busch, who has worked many seasons in tourist destinations. Whether at a seminar for executives of a tour operator, training of tour guides of major tour operators in the target areas or the training of hotel staff and entertainment staff: in prevention focuses on holistic training. Instead of generalized Training standards, tailor-made seminar concepts in focus, which take into account company profile, participant biographies, and specific characteristics of the task pane or target area.

In contrast to the often dry and universal held frontal seminars, the participants inspire here active seminar forms, where they are required, interact and experience learning effects. The training offer enough room to try and train for Exchange, debate and teambuilding. The trainers have experience in addition to training and practice in training all even in the tourism and ready also approaches for dealing with difficult guests and critical situations. Frauke Schmidt and Bjorn von Busch are convinced of the success of their tourist training and the annual balance sheet of a major tour operator acknowledged it to them: in addition to employee satisfaction also sales locally has risen in all target areas in which in prevention team has trained, proven. Press contact: Frauke Schmidt Tel. 030 81701353