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Atrium Hospitality introduces WomenRISE Program

Coinciding with Women’s History Month this month, Atrium Hospitality announced the launch of WomenRISE, the company’s new Hotel General Manager Development Program targeted to female leaders.

Booking.com shifts focus to third-party certifications

Reaffirming Booking.com’s commitment to showcase more sustainable travel options to all of its customers, and to help support accommodation partners on actions they can take to operate more sustainably, the leading digital travel platform has announced some updates to how it will display more sustainable choices to travelers around the world, focusing on third-party certifications.

Bambinee: cause-oriented child-centered hotel brand launches

Rachel Meng realized that much of hospitality’s modern branding, offerings, and amenities don’t reflect the wants and needs of today’s young family. So, she created Hotel Bambinee to deliver an elevated lifestyle experience that puts families at the forefront.

Vail Resorts’ environmental goals and challenges

Senior editor Robert Silk spoke with Kate Wilson, Vail's vice president of environmental and social responsibility, about the company's progress and how it plans to reach that ambitious 2030 goal.

WTTC’s Hotel Sustainability Basics expands to 1700 hotels

he World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Hotel Sustainability Basics (Basics), the global initiative helping hoteliers on their first steps to improve their sustainability ratings, has reached a significant milestone with over 1,700 hotels verified across 70 countries worldwide.

AHLA & Procure Impact’s ‘Dignity of Work’ Pledge aims for 100,000 jobs for overlooked populations

The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), the largest hotel association in the United States, announced the launch of the Dignity of Work Pledge, an initiative to create 100,000 hours of paid employment for overlooked populations.

Redefining hospitality: technology-driven sustainability and CSR strategy

In an era marked by digital transformation and escalating demands for sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR), the hospitality industry faces a pivotal opportunity to redefine its operational and strategic frameworks.

Arlo Wynwood marks Black History Month with art exhibition

Arlo Wynwood, an experience-driven, 217-room boutique hotel that serves as a cultural hub for locals and visitors alike, has announced a new artist exhibition in its third floor Living Room Gallery.

New controls on holiday lets in England to address affordability for residents

New controls on holiday lets in England will be introduced from the summer to stop local people being unable to afford to live in their own community, the government has announced.

Vail Resorts achieves 100% renewable electricity, surpassing 2030 Goal

In 2017, Vail Resorts announced Commitment to Zero, a bold goal to achieve a zero net operating footprint by 2030, including zero net emissions, zero waste to landfill, and zero net operating impact to forests and habitat.

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