Marriott partners Cornell Center for Hospitality Research

Travel News Asia Monday, 20 November 2006

Marriott International has become a partner with the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research. As a partner, Marriott will participate in the Centers Advisory Board, Industry Roundtables, and other activities in support of the Centers industry-focused research agenda. As part of the partnership, Joel Eisemann, executive vice president, Owner and Franchise Services, Marriott International will be joining the Centers advisory board. The partnership continues Marriotts long-standing support of Cornell, which includes providing the naming gift to open the J. Willard Marriott Executive Education Center at the School of Hotel Administration.

Becoming a partner with the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research is a logical extension of Marriotts overall commitment to supporting research and education for the hospitality industry, said Joel Eisemann. Our company is pleased to be part of this initiative, which combines the best of industry and academe.

Cathy Enz, associate dean for industry research and affairs, explained the importance of Marriott Internationals partnership with the Center. Marriott has long been a supporter of the School of Hotel Administration, and a major consumer of our center research reports she said. We look forward to having them join our growing number of corporate sponsors.

The Cornell Center for Hospitality Research makes its extensive series of industry-focused research reports available at no charge to industry practitioners, faculty members, and students. Through the support of partners such as Marriott, the distribution of these research findings is intended to reach as many Internet users as possible.

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