Coming soon to a city near you: Hotel capital flows on the move
Gisle Sarheim, VP Development - Hilton Grand Vacations, Asia Pacific | 14 Jan 15
Life (or at least business) is all about supply and demand. Over time, supply and demand may both change – as well as the way supply beats a path to the place where it is in demand. The same goes for capital, one of the most basic “supplies” in the hotel industry. In the future, how will the supply of capital change, and how will it find its way to the hotel projects where it is required? Gisle Sarheim of Hilton Worldwide has identified five trends that are affecting the flow of this very fundamental stuff.
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