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Xpodigital’s virtual solution – helping hotels connect their customers, where they are

Our guest presenter today is Jo Truett Fostock with  Xpodigital, an NHLA member.  Read about their innovative technology and solutions available.

As planners across the world continue the journey to feel fully confident in the adventure of
flawlessly executing virtual and hybrid events, there is still so much to learn. While many have
become savvy in Zoom or efficient in Teams, one thing for certain is that there is always a
dreaded fear of losing conversations due to a sudden spotty home network or poor production
studio connectivity. [Read more…]

DTN offers lucky lessons for March

Our guest blogger today is Deborah Thomas Nininger with DTN Productions.  Deborah is a long-time member of NHLA and offers very relevant and interesting sessions.  Take a look at her lucky lessons for March list. [Read more…]

Does Your Wireless Panic Button System Pass the Test? 4 Things You Can Improve on Today

Our guest blog post today was submitted by NHLA member SECURalert.  Thank you for providing information about your product and sharing considerations regarding panic button technology.

We are firm believers that a panic button system – also known as a wireless duress alarm – is one of the first and foremost steps that any organization should take when it comes to protecting and guaranteeing workplace safety. If your company already has a panic button solution installed, does your current system pass the test? [Read more…]

Changing and challenging trends affecting interior design

Our guest blog contributor this week, NHLA member Cinthy Stauss, Cachet Studios, LLC, has submitted an interesting blog pertaining to current interior design trends for hotels.  Cinthy serves on our new Design and Construction committee. [Read more…]

Learning about NHLA member DTN Productions

This week’s guest blogger is Deborah Thomas-Nininger, owner of DTN Productions.  Deborah has been a member of NHLA for a few years now and has contributed to many of our conferences and events.  She is a highly recognized professional speaker and trainer.  Today she is sharing her thoughts to beginning 2021 on a positive note as well as her upcoming virtual sessions. [Read more…]

Courageous Capture Practices

Bernie Vasquez, President of Polished Service and valued NHLA member, is our guest blogger this week.  Bernie is sharing his thoughts on accelerating experiences and practices with rich, valuable feedback. [Read more…]

5 Technology Considerations that will Attract and Retain Nevada Events in Today’s Environment

Today we have a guest blog post presented by NHLA member, Xpodigital.  Be sure and sign up for their dynamic webinar on June 24 and learn how to use technology today to meet the current demands of the event business.

Human connections are the lure of a great conference; personal interactions and the exchange of ideas are the fuel that makes an event memorable. As groups return to your hotel to enjoy the excitement that will surround them across your property, they will also expect you to be able to assist them in providing an enriching experience for their remote attendees that will rival their onsite event in your meeting space. [Read more…]

New Technology Reduces Smoking and Increases Revenue

FreshAir Sensor is a valued NHLA member and our guest for this week’s blog post.  Learn more about the industry products and services offered by this company. [Read more…]

Being at home can have advantages

Lynn Gray is an active member of NHLA and is the contributor of this week’s blog.

Happy Groundhog Day!  Groundhog Day you ask?  Well, if your world is like mine ever since “shelter at home” began I don’t know if it’s Tuesday or Saturday.  It all just feels the same and the same day has been repeating for weeks now. [Read more…]

Do Managers Assign Work Evenly?

Guest post provided by NHLA premier member Carpedia Hospitality

When we do studies in various hospitality environments, we often find large imbalances in output between individuals doing similar work. The fact that some people do more than others is perhaps a fairly obvious or predictable finding. People’s skills and capabilities vary quite significantly so it’s reasonable to assume output would be variable as well. What we find however, is that the variability often has less to do with people’s abilities, and more to do with how the actual work as assigned by managers. [Read more…]