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Gender Diversity Benchmarking Study: There is Still Time to Participate!
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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Redefining the Hospitality Industry of Tomorrow

In this teaser conversation for this year’s Hotel Ezra Cornell conference, a panel of esteemed hospitality industry leaders will examine DE&I in business practices such as hiring, marketing, and customer service, and strive to answer complex questions, including how do unprecedented events like the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic change the ways we perceive and promote DE&I? 
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What Will Business Travel Look Like This Year?
CHR board member Emily Weiss of Accenture talks about how different business travel will look when it returns. 

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Profit Matters: Global Hotel Performance Review 2021
This report from HotStats "covers full-year data on items inclusive of revenue, departmental expenses, payroll breakdown and profitability by asset class, along with in-depth regional commentary that adds context around the numbers and looks forward into 2022 and beyond."

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U.S. hotel occupancy (62.2%) during the week of February 20-26 was the highest in the country since the end of October. Average daily rate (ADR) reached $143, which was the second highest level on record behind Christmas week in 2021. Overall, 11 STR-defined markets reached pandemic-era occupancy highs, nine of which were in Florida. Orlando, the nation’s second largest market based on supply, posted occupancy of 85.9%, which was its highest in two years. 
Around the globe, some of the top performing markets were those in the Caribbean/Mexico region. Specifically in the Caribbean, occupancy reached a pandemic-era high above 75%. RevPAR in the region has also increased by double digits in four of the past five weeks with growth of 17% in the latest 7-day period. 

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