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    Nicole Rupersburg

    Nicole Rupersburg is a writer who has covered the restaurant and hospitality industry for over a decade. Her work has appeared in Thrillist, Cosmopolitan, Fox News, the New York Post and many more. Follow her on Instagram at @eatsdrinksandleaves. ---
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    Designing Hotel Experiences for Emotional Appeal

    People make purchasing decisions based on their emotions. Brand loyalty, customer engagement, even just getting a customer to buy your product rather than your competitors', all play out in the consumer's subconscious—it's all tied to their...

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    Chip Conley Shares 5 Waves of Disruption Headed for Hotel Industry

    If you want to know what waves are coming that will disrupt the hotel industry, ask the guy who has made a career out of riding them.

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    Enhancing your Design Skills by Learning from Other Industries

    What does an architect have to learn from the automotive industry? Plenty, actually, and that knowledge will only make for a better architect. By collaborating with and learning from other experts in various fields on projects that demand both a...

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    The Truth About Modular Construction

    "We're going to do something different today," Danny Forster, Principal of DF&A, proclaimed by way of opening a panel discussion on modular construction at HotelSpaces. "We're going to tell the truth about modular. We're just going to be...

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    The State of Hotel Development, Design & Construction

    In a wide-ranging discussion at HotelSpaces, moderator David Black—Managing Director of Project & Development Services for JLL's Hotels & Hospitality Group—led a diverse panel of hospitality leaders on the current state of hotel development,...

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    Lessons Learned from the Transformation of the Omni Barton Creek Resort

    The Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa in Texas Hill Country, located just 20 minutes from downtown Austin, recently reopened in May 2019 after a massive $165 million renovation and expansion. The work took two years and shut down the hotel for one,...

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