Moving beyond a day: Enabling innovation and revenue

By Chris K. Anderson, Professor and Director of the Center for Hospitality Research at Cornell | 2 May 19

Is it time for hotels to stop thinking of a “day” as the main unit on offer? Changing the temporal unit to something less than a day would allow hotels to fully capitalize on variable pricing, argues Cornell’s Chris Anderson.

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