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- 41. Cornell Study finds Low-end Properties benefit from High-end Neighbors
Cornell Study finds Low-end Properties benefit from High-end Neighbors.
- 42. New Survey shows Women Spending €140m on Euro 2008
New Survey shows Women Spending €140m on Euro 2008. Women will be responsible for an economic boost equivalent to more than €4million per game, according to the study. The figure consists of female spending on football related items, such as on merchandise, food and beverages, accommodation, transport and television sets. The study also notes that women are also likely to spend mor
- 43. China Hotel Industry Study 2011 Report
Horwath HTL released its Annual China Hotel Industry Study 2011 (Financial Year 2010) at the 8th China Hotels Development Conference, organized by the China Tourist Hotels Association (CTHA). The conference, held at the Dragon Hotel Hangzhou, attracted more than 200 participants from across the country, including leaders of hotel management companies, hotel owners, developers, inve
- 44. New Study Highlights Benefits of Rugby Corporate Hospitality
With Rugby World Cup 2015 official hospitality packages on sale since 1 February 2014, Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL) has welcomed initial findings of a new study that highlights the positive benefits of rugby corporate hospitality on UK businesses and client relationships. Demand is set to be high for the wide range of official England 2015 hospitality experiences and the independ
- 45. Hong Kong’s Growing Taste for Wine
Hong Kong’s Growing Taste for Wine. Hong Kong wine consumption increased by 75.9% from 2004-2008, and the Vinexpo / The IWSR study forecasts continued growth of 70.8% between 2009 and 2013 – reaching 4.793 million 9-litre cases, equivalent of 57.5 million bottles. The study noted significant growth in Hong Kong consumption since duty on wine was abolished by the Hong Kong governmen
- 46. Study at Cornell shows why hotel discounting usually doesn’t work
Study at Cornell shows why hotel discounting usually doesn’t work.
- 47. CAAS, ST Electronics and GomSpace to Study Space-Based VHF Communications for ATM
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), Singapore Technologies Electronics Limited (ST Electronics) and GomSpace signed a research collaboration agreement on the sidelines of the Singapore Airshow last week, to conduct a design study on the implementation of space-based Very High Frequency (VHF) communications for air traffic management (ATM) in the Singapore Flight Infor
- 48. Sabre Study Highlights Latest Trends in Corporate Travel
According to Sabre's 2017 Asia Pacific Corporate Traveller study, 80% of travel managers now believe mobility to be the biggest priority in managing corporate travel. Another finding underscores the rise of premium economy as a new corporate favourite class, and a third finds companies trying to stay on top of corporate travellers who are increasingly deviating from their travel po
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