How is social media changing hospitality as we know it?

How is social media changing
  • How brands / platforms / operators are shifting the way in which they communicate through social media
  • The rise of new social media channels e.g. Clubhouse that are connecting hospitality professionals
  • How the industry can be on top of the latest trends to be as accessible as possible
  • How businesses can stand out in the social media savvy generation
  • The rise of hospitality “influencers” and their role in the growth of the short-term rental industry
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