Hospitality Industry Infographics | Les Roches International School of Hotel Management

Industry Infographics

This series of infographics is a quick-reference guide to some of the key trends, facts and figures in the hospitality industry.

Les Roches in Numbers

Les Roches in Numbers

Did you know that students from over 100 nationalities study at Les Roches? Or that 33% of our alumni are entrepreneurs? Read on to discover more interesting facts and get to know Les Roches in Numbers.

Hospitality Trends 2016

Hospitality Trends 2016

Whatever the world economy does, travel and tourism just seem to keep on growing

It’s another new year, and the Internet is awash with predictions for 2016, in every conceivable sector and industry around the world.

So, what can we expect to see in the hospitality sector in 2016? Read this infographic for some of the most interesting predictions that we think will come true this year.

Sharing Economy and the Hospitality Sector

Sharing Economy and the Hospitality Sector

In no sector has the sharing economy caused greater controversy, than in the hospitality sector.

In no sector has the sharing economy caused greater controversy, than in the hospitality sector.

This infographic, the eighth in Les Roches series, is a useful summary of this disruptive business model and its impact on the hospitality sector and the economy in general.

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The Swiss Factor

The Swiss Factor

Switzerland has an unrivaled reputation as a center of excellence for hospitality education. But there is a lot more to the country that makes it an attractive place to study. This infographic, the seventh in Les Roches series, highlights ten great things about Switzerland – some you could probably guess, others may come as a surprise.

MAY 2015

Why study hospitality

Why study hospitality

Hospitality continues to be one of the world’s most reliable industries for steady growth, expansion and innovation. This infographic is a whistle-stop tour of key facts and figures about this and related service industries, and a must read for anyone who is planning what to study at university.

why study hospitality management infographic

‘What’s hot and getting hotter?’

‘What’s hot and getting hotter?’

2015 is underway and our team of researchers has put together a range of interesting trends and predictions that touch all aspects of the hospitality industry. From robots and money matters, to colors and giving back, ‘What’s hot and getting hotter?’ is the fifth in Les Roches infographic series, and provides a great snapshot of what we can expect to see in 2015.

January 2015

 

 

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Sustainability in the Hospitality Industry

Sustainability in the Hospitality Industry

Climate change is one of the most significant threats facing the world today. Recent talks in Peru, where a framework for tackling the problem was agreed upon, highlight the long-haul journey that we have ahead of us, if we are to leave the world in a half-decent state for our children and our children’s children. So, what has all this to do with hospitality? Quite a lot as it happens.

DECEMBER 2014

 

 

Online Strategies

Online Strategies

The number of people using online platforms for researching, booking, and reviewing their travel, dining and hotel experiences is increasingly exponentially. Surprisingly, as the figures in this infographic show, the hotel and tourism sector is lagging behind in providing tech-savvy customers with the services they want

NOVEMBER 2014

 

Wellness Tourism & SPAS

Wellness Tourism & SPAS

Spas and wellness tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors within the broader hospitality industry. It seems people the world over just can’t get enough of treatments to relax, pamper and rejuvenate. This infographic highlights key facts and figures, regional trends and an idea of future direction.

September 2014

Technology and the Cycle of Influence

Technology and the Cycle of Influence

In the world of travel and tourism, increasing numbers of people use technology to book their experience, interact with services once they are at their destination, and share their experience with others afterwards. Sharing is great. We are more likely to believe something is good if a customer tells us it’s good, rather than the Head of Marketing and Sales. But it also presents particular challenges to the hospitality industry...

August 2014

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