Sophie started her career at hotelkit two years ago as Sales Development Representative for the French market. A few sales trips, countless appointments, and a ton of experience later, one thing became crystal-clear to Sophie: This was not exactly where she wanted to be. No problem, because at hotelkit, only the sky's the limit. Sophie very quickly found herself in a new position in which she can now give free rein to her creativity and linguistic talent.
Our social media guy has recently embarked on a new journey: to be the hero of his newborn, Lara. And what better way to start his mission than being “home alone” for two months, so Lara’s mummy can fully focus on her return to work. And since he is always on the lookout for new content, he has written an article on the topic - which for some, still isn’t a common thing - paternity leave.
Jordan Hollander, founder of the one and only hotel software platform HotelTechReport, sits down with us to gaze into the crystal ball. What will change, what will stay the same? Will we ever go back to normal and what does the future of hotel tech hold for us?
From Barcelona to Salzburg… a small step for an A320 but a big one for a city dweller. Aitana made the move in September 2019, after deciding to go for a Master degree in Innovation & Management in Tourism at the FH Salzburg. Following the Master’s part-time program, she soon started looking for a job in the field of her studies. It did not take her long to find out about hotelkit.
Nikola Farkas from the Hotel Sacher has been named the best receptionist of the world. The twenty-two-year-old is the very first receptionist from Austria to bring home the David Campbell Trophy which recognizes exceptional excellence in the hospitality industry.
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