At it’s core, the Hotelier Mastermind includes John Hogan, Kathleen Hogan, Tim Danyo and Jon Albano.
John and Kathleen are the Co-Founders of HospitalityEducators.com, a hotel consulting resource for hospitality professionals focused on making hotels more profitable. Kathleen is the CEO and John is the Chief Learning Officer. Among other things, Hospitality Educators is the creator and facilitator of the AAHOA Certified Hotel Owners Program, the CHO.
Tim is a film maker, an educator, and an entrepreneur, and he’s the Founder and CEO of the video production company ImaginationMedia.tv
At the beginning of this year, we partnered together to form the Hotelier Mastermind – a carefully selected “think tank” of leading hospitality professionals – to help us identify the biggest challenges hoteliers face today, and utilize the collective intelligence of the group to solve them.
As you know, I always try to offer practical, actionable advice to my listeners, so I got the mastermind to agree to share a lot of what we learned with my audience for FREE.
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Over the next couple weeks, we’re going to be sharing a FREE 3-VIDEO TRAINING COURSE, including downloads, and details for upcoming webinars. And if you’re already on my email list, that’s great … but this is a unique segment of that list, because we only want to share this information with people that are truly interested in understanding and solving this problem. We’re going to start sending out the content this coming Monday, October 31, and it won’t be available anyplace else, so go ahead and sign up now. I promise, you won’t be disappointed.
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The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the global supply chain. With most whole goods and components coming from China, the U.S. hospitality industry began to scramble in January to keep the supplies coming. Manufacturing has resumed in China as the crisis has reportedly eased there, but the outbreak has yet to reach its peak in the read more