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  • Last Chance at Discounted Pricing for the 2013 Apartment Revenue Management Conference

    Booking curves. In the apartment industry, we often know it as seasonality, or as variable demand creation through marketing and promos. In short, it's the pace at which lease-ups fill available vacancy at any given time. Like apartment communities, hotels and airline flights also key into booking curves to optimize pricing. It's one of the reasons you'll find prices on the increase as a...
  • Telephone Consumer Protection Act: Dos and Don’ts to Simplify Compliance

    With Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) claims on the rise, now is a good time to review what’s going on and how it affects businesses and organizations. TCPA SnapshotThe TCPA was enacted to protect consumers from aggressive telemarketers. TCPA provides a variety of restrictions. Most recent claims relate to promotional marketing calls using automatic telephone dialing systems (ATDS also...
  • Straw, Sticks, or Bricks…What is Your House Made Of?

    When the big bad wolf, better known as online reviews, comes knocking at your door, how solid is your community’s reputation?  Think back to the children’s bedtime story, The Three Little Pigs. Each pig decided to leave home and seek their fortunes.  Before leaving, their mother told them, “Whatever you do, do it the best that you can because that is the way to get along in the world.”The first...
  • Call to Action: Avoiding the Revenue Management Stall Out

    Kelly McGuire is getting bored with revenue management. And when the executive director of hospitality and travel global practice at SAS, who also holds a PhD in revenue management from the Cornell School of Hotel Administration, talks revenue management trends, people tend to listen. Her research has been published in The Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, Journal of Pricing and Revenue Management...

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