Caveau co-founder and CEO, Brian Dass, is a highly accomplished travel executive and entrepreneur widely recognized as one of the leading pioneers in the hospitality e-commerce and digital reservation industry. In his more than 20-year career, Brian has launched multiple online hospitality technology and marketing firms including Timeless Hospitality (acquired by TravelClick) and Open Hospitality (acquired by Pegasus Solutions). With Caveau, Brian is calling on his extensive experience and technical expertise to deliver cost-effective, customizable solutions to help travel businesses meet the challenges of PCI-DSS and GDPR compliance.
Caveau is the fast, easy and affordable way to protect personal data, card-not-present purchases and bookings by eliminating the need to manually handle information through voice, email and faxes. Our comprehensive software platform helps maintain PCI-DSS compliance and reduces risks associated with GDPR. Caveau will lock down the security of your client data and financial transactions and protect your reputation, allowing you to focus on growing your business.
Brian and his team prepared a free download for the listeners: “Getting a Grip on GDPR … Before It’s Too Late.”
This informative document includes What You Need to Know About GDPR, 7 Fundamental Principles of Safe Processing of Personal Data, and Managing and Maintaining GDPR With Caveau.
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Hotel appraisers and brokers expect distressed assets to come to market as the pandemic recession continues into 2021. Analysts say billions of dollars in private equity are waiting in the wings to acquire hotels underperforming as a result of the coronavirus crisis. But pricing will be different than in previous economic downturns. While a transaction may be distressed, it will not necessarily reflect distress pricing,” said Daniel Lesser of LW Hospitality Advisors. Long Live Lodging explores the state of hotel values as well as what may lie ahead with regard to transactions in 2021 as the spread of COVID-19 continues to stifle lodging performance. This report is part of our ongoing coverage of the coronavirus crisis and its impact on the hospitality industry.
Global business travel is a $1.4 trillion industry. The Global Business Travel Association calculates the coronavirus pandemic in 2020 resulted in a loss of $113 billion in business travel spend in hotels, airlines and other sectors of the travel industry. But all is not lost. GBTA, industry analysts and travel management companies see some green shoots of hope for 2021 as the COVID-19 vaccine rolls out and corporations put some of their people on the road again. This report is part of Long Live Lodging’s ongoing coverage of the coronavirus crisis and its impact on the hospitality industry.