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In today’s discussion we take another look at the German hotel market and follow up on our conversation in September when Pontus considered what might happen in Winter 2022 and he also looks ahead to Summer period coming up.
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With concern over a possible recession and rising energy prices we see if this translated into a downturn in anyway. Did group requests continue to increase and were there any marked differences between leisure and corporate business. Finally, were there any pricing pressures that came through into the market.
After reviewing what actually happened, Pontus looks to the Summer months ahead, touching on some early possible challenges for the leisure markets as domestic customers look to travel abroad, whether this will bring some pricing pressures and offers for final thoughts for hoteliers to start moving away from post Covid day-to-day thinking.
Hope you enjoy the discussion👍
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🎞 VIDEO CHAPTERS
01:05 Guest welcome and introduction
03:15 Revisiting predictions for Winter 2022 (it was a bit wrong🤦♂️)
10:52 Were then any pricing issues
15:16 Has the focus on profit increased
19:56 Looking forward to Summer 2023
25:10 Will reduced domestic market create a more aggressive pricing policy
30:28 Summary and future looking thoughts
34:16 Video links and channel subscription