In India, more than 600 million people face an acute water shortage. As per 2019 study shared by NitiAayog, about three-quarter households do not have a drinking water facility.
The hospitality industry is no stranger to crisis and with every aspect of the industry impacted by the pandemic, leaders have been quick to respond to changing concerns,
Take a break, refresh and rejuvenate: Hotels rethink strategies to cater to guests in the new normal
The year 2020 threw more than just a handful of curveballs in our way. A deadly virus came along and completely overhauled our normal routine, as we knew it.
With festive cheer all around, the green shoots of recovery seem to add its golden hue for India’s travel and hospitality segments.
As most people were confined indoors as a result of the lockdown in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, demand for energy commodities has dropped by 25 to 30 per cent
The hospitality industry has displayed great resilience and optimism to overcome the unprecedented challenges brought by the COVID-19 outbreak.
The hospitality industry, which has adapted to the “new normal” with seriousness and grace, is gradually reviving its operations as state governments remove restrictions.
Sustainability has been one of the most noticeable hospitality trends of recent times, with a growing number of businesses promoting eco-friendly initiatives.