Live Show 103 July 28th 2017

Live Show 103 July 28th 2017

“31$ Million of ‘Ether’ just went up into the Ether and Priceline hit $100 Billion and nobody noticed”

Our Animated recap


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Robert Cole
Edward St.Onge

Show Notes
:02 Tamborine gives Kuregs away to biz dev
:05 Clown Hotel — well marketed or just a curiosity?
:11 Ether loss and how the white hat hackers saved $150 Million
:24 Sabre is still discovering the breach of data depth
:31 Open discussion the transition of software changes in the hospitality space and its ramifications
:33 Irrelevant GA event and goal setting from vendors just to satisfy client interests other than needs
:41 Platforms like wordpress and page load ties and the possibility of re-skinning the site rather than a completely new build
:54 Most important question, “Does this serve the guest first?” open discussion about the Library collection and Adele.
1:00 Audit your own stuff makes a big difference
1:11 Resort fees and there legality
1:24 United New Plan for overbooking solution — two potential solutions catching the guest at the earliest travel before home departure, or within brand to brand and a possible late check out and the possibility of just tracking where the guest is going next within brand and offer.
1:30 Discussion of sequential packaging especially within brand opportunities are missing
1:40 Comp sets are dead? according to Cindi Estes Green it is.
2:00 Show ends

Potential topics

United’s New Plan for Reselling Overbooked Passenger Seats

United Has a New Way to Make Money From Overbooked Flights

A hacker stole $31M of Ether — how it happened, and what it means for Ethereum

1. Priceline Market Cap briefly crossed $100 Billion this morning, then fell back to $99.52 Billion on profit-taking – No link, doesn’t seem the press noticed…
1. Priceline CEO: Hotels Secretly Love Us Despite Accusations of Monopoly
2. Expedia Inc. makes minority investment of $350 million in Indonesian online agency
3. Wyndham Hotels Debuts Online Auctions for Loyalty Program Redemption
1. Owners weigh costs, benefits of brand loyalty programs
4. Revenue managers open up on Europe’s rate-parity debate
5. New hotels caught in Sabre’s data breach
1. Sabre Names Clinton Anderson as President, Hospitality Solutions
6. Red Lion Sues Hard Rock Hotels for Infringement in Race to Win Over Millennials
7. Airbnb and the NAACP Partner to Sign Up More Minority Hosts
8. This Creepy Clown Motel Can Now Be Yours
9. Tambourine offering a Keurig to Prospects

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