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New ways of ESG

Which steps are necessary to be and remain sustainable in the field of environment, social and governance (ESG)? And which players must lead the way hand in hand? A guide from mrp hotels.

Hands that hold money

The hotel investment market is picking up speed again – however, still facing some challenges

After two challenging years in the hotel real estate segment, the road to recovery started this spring, bringing up the positive sentiment in the hotel investment market at the same time. Various factors such as the removal of travel restrictions and the pent-up demand for travel among the population are accelerating the recovery of the hotel market and thus strengthening investor confidence. This is particularly countered by the current economic and political developments.

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A rollercoaster of emotions for hotel operators

Hotel operators were considered a growth industry worldwide until the beginning of 2020. In the past 20 to 30 years, exclusively growth has been recorded – a tenant and financing could be found for (almost) every hotel project.

“Transparency” as the top credo in the crisis

mrp hotels in an exclusive interview with Jürnjakob Reisigl, Managing Director of Explorer Hotels. “We are challenged to be attractive in the market. The urge to travel may be smaller than expected.” Exciting and honest insights from the hotelier-entrepreneur family that keeps its eyes on the future.

Cohesion as a post-crisis perspective

Olaf Steinhage in an exchange with Peter Ebertz (Managing Director / Head of Hotels of Art-Invest Real Estate Management GmbH )
Art-Invest as a real estate investment and development company and since the beginning of the year also hotel operator offers a multi-layered insight into the current events in the hotel industry. Among other things, on the status of current developments, the products of tomorrow and a clear appeal to politicians.

Flexibility and responsiveness as a competitive advantage in the pandemic

Olaf Steinhage in an exchange with Markus Lewe (Marriott International, Area Vice President Central Europe).
Marriott as the world’s largest hotel company on the current crisis situation: “What we are experiencing now are various crises coming together, at a speed that has broken over us like a tsunami. We have never experienced a dynamic, like in a free fall. (…) We are assuming a very slow but continuous rate of increase.”

Hotel Corona conditionally closed – who bears the costs?

Does it make a difference in compensation whether it is rent or lease? Are directors liable for violations of Covid-19 prevention measures by guests or employees? Martin Schaffer in an interview with Gregor Famira

The importance of scenario planning in the event industry

What does Covid-19 mean for the trade show industry and what impact do the developments have on the hotel industry? David Rütz (Head of ITB Berlin) offers exclusive insights into the current situation in an interview with Olaf Steinhage.

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