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Monopolies are Made and Unmade

This is an unmissable read for all hoteliers with serious aspirations to regain, and be in control of their own destiny! Monopolies Are Made And Unmade By Georges Panayotis

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Skoosh.com’s reply to us on the booking.com saga.

We really had to publish this, there’s so much evidence of strong feelings on this topic, about which we featured our own thoughts on  http://ukhotelexperts.co.uk/2012/booking-com-why-we-detest-this-apparent-necessary-evil-in-hotel-distribution – and those of George Panyotis at http://ukhotelexperts.co.uk/2012/booking-com-the-sequel Hotels continue to walk blindfold straight into the … Continue reading

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Booking.com – the sequel

Editor’s note – ALL SERIOUS HOTELS SHOULD SIGN THIS PETITION – here is the link http://hospitality-on.com/?page=evenement-petition  – – why? – read on This is a guest post by Georges Panayotis “The numerous reactions to my previous editorial show that there is … Continue reading

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Booking.com – why we detest this apparent necessary evil in hotel distribution

PROLOGUE The hotel industry is huge in size, small in collective power, collaboration and ideas. As a result it is at the complete mercy of the well organised on line third party travel market, especially indiscriminate vultures like Booking.com – … Continue reading

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