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Understand the fundamentals of revenue management through demand forecasting

Hotel Revenue Management in Challenging Times

This two day Workshop, provides an overview to the theory and practice of Revenue Management in Challenging Times, and the participants will discover Revenue Management opportunities. Through case studies and group work participants will discover Revenue Management strategies for recovery, cost management, pricing and revenue optimization. 

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Course Structure

  1. Revenue Management, an Introduction, and Status Check.
  2. Revenue Management applied, the interdependence of Space, Time and Pricing.
  3. Revenue Management Implementation and Implications.
  4. Revenue Management in different areas such as Rooms, Gastronomy and Spa (THRM).
  5. Revenue Management and Distribution.
  6. Revenue Management in times of Crisis.


Target Audience

  • Revenue managers, Directors, General managers and other Hospitality professionals responsible for improving the Financial performance of their organisations
  • Front desk managers/ heads and Sales & Marketing analysts who want to take on more responsibility for Improving profitability in their property
  • Senior & Middle Management of Hotels
  • Reservations, Sales & Marketing, and F&B

Schedule

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E: academy.srilanka@lk.pwc.com
T: 0117719874

 


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