Hospitality leaders share insights on revenue management and growth opportunities

month, Florida International University’s Chaplin School of Hospitality& Tourism
Management (CSHTM)

and its Institute for Hospitality and
Tourism Education and Research (IHTER)
released a white paper titled Revenue
management 2020: talent, tools & technology
. The paper
provides the hospitality industry with ideas on what can be done to shift the
perception on the integration of revenue management and to best capitalize on
growth opportunities.

The best practices analysis was authored by Gregory T. Bohan,
assistant professor at CSHTM; Simone Champagnie, executive director at IHTER;
and Christine Toguchi, managing director at MacroVision Network Pte Ltd and
project consultant for IHTER.The paper is a compilation of the
intellectual exchange that took place at the Visionary Leaders Forum in
Singapore last October, when industry leaders from around the globe discussed
revenue management leadership and talent; optimizing profits with total revenue
management; and revenue management in the digital age. The forum was presented
by: HSMAI Asia Pacific;
 IDeaS, A sas Company;  Travelport; and Trust

To download the white paper, please visit

For more information on IHTER and the whitepaper, please contact Simone Champagne at
or 305-919-4810.

About FIU’s Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management:

Florida International University’s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management has been distinguished as one of the top hospitality programs in the U.S.. More than 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students from across the United States and around the world choose FIU for its outstanding reputation, advantageous campus locations, expert faculty, rich curriculum, and fast-track career opportunities in the international hotel, foodservice and tourism industries. In August 2006 FIU unveiled the first US School of Hospitality and Tourism in Tianjin, China. The Marriott Tianjin China Program is FIU’s largest international program, with a capacity for up to 1,000 students. For more information about Florida International University’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, visit