For C&RB‘s 10th Anniversary Issue, we look back at the challenges of the past ten years—and ahead at the new opportunities to come.
A recent survey conducted by Eventbrite shows that pop-up dining events are good business for hotels and resorts, reported Elaine Yetzer Simon for Hotel Management magazine. The third-party online platform for event organizers surveyed more than 2,000 attendees of pop-up dinners last year and found that these events attract guests who are willing and eager to pay more for a unique dining experience.
I’d be interested in hearing your thoughts about the major changes and trends you think you’ll encounter in your jobs ten years from now.
Iceland is a mostly desolate, treeless, lava field where absolutely nothing is growing. Other parts are a little more physically hospitable, but mostly, it’s Mars. But here is the shocker: Golf is the number-one sport in Iceland.
A remodeled tennis facility with ample seating and a layout for all skill sets is a win-win for Kenosha (Wis.) CC members and management.
On March 10 at San Antonio (Texas) Country Club, the 2014 recipients of the Excellence in Club Management Awards were honored during a special reception, dinner and ceremony.