Hotel Revenue Workshop by IDeaS Revenue Solutions @ SO/ Sofitel Saint Petersburg hotel (26 March 2019 – photo gallery)
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Hotel Revenue Workshop by IDeaS Revenue Solutions @ SO/ Sofitel Saint Petersburg hotel (26 March 2019 – photo gallery)
Nikolay Hotelier, 28 March 2019

On March 26, 2019 Hotel Revenue Workshop for hoteliers responsible for operations, sales, marketing, revenue and distribution took place at the SO/ Sofitel Saint Petersburg hotel. The half-day event was organized by IDeaS Revenue Solutions (a SAS company) in cooperation with HRS – Hospitality & Retail Systems and OTA Insight.

Hotel Revenue Workshop is an educational event that showed how to maximise revenue and boost the return on investment of hotel properties. Stefan Schlachter, IDeaS Revenue Solutions; Dominika Majcherczyk, OTA Insight and Alexander Leferov, HRS – Hospitality & Retail Systems shared insights and tools to help hoteliers to take only the most valuable reservations.

TOHOLOGY visited this hospitality workshop at the SO/ Sofitel Saint Petersburg hotel and prepared event photography coverage (please see photo slider below).

Photo gallery of Hotel Revenue Workshop by IDeaS Revenue Solutions at the SO/ Sofitel Saint Petersburg hotel

Photography: Andrey Ivanov / TOHOLOGY Production

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