Celebrating Women’s History Month with Partner, Innovator and Resorts World Executive, Lori Kobashigawa
At UrVenue, we have the unique opportunity to partner with a vast network of female hospitality innovators on the front lines of technological innovation. Many of these women have helped transform the way multi-billion dollar resorts and hotels drive commerce and elevate the guest experience.
UrVenue Celebrates its “Women in Tech” in Honor of Women’s History Month
Each of UrVenue’s “women in tech” has made significant contributions to the rapid growth of our organization by simply being herself. When we asked women about how they view their contributions to UrVenue, we were amazed by the wide scope of answers, but we weren’t surprised — fostering diverse teams has been a priority for us from the start.
UrVenue Welcomes Hospitality Leader Nancy Nitsche as Director of Sales
Nancy joins UrVenue with over 20 years of management experience from small business startups to Fortune 500 companies and has held leadership roles at Caesar’s Palace, Paris Las Vegas, ARIA & Vdara Las Vegas, CityCenter Residential and Corporate MGM Resorts International.
Predicting Future Hospitality Tech Trends for 2022 and Beyond
Emerging hospitality tech stack trends point toward personalized, customizable approaches that keep guests at the center while opening new revenue streams and giving operators more control over creating comprehensive guest experiences.
Unified Booking: Unlock Hospitality Revenue Beyond the Room
How can a restaurant reservation, show ticket, or cabana purchase turn into opportunities to upsell, cross-sell, package, and bundle profitable resort experiences? Two words: unified booking.
The Top 6 Ways to Optimize Your Resort Website for Increased Bookings
Appealing to the modern luxury traveler means that resorts need dynamic websites that are interactive, mobile-friendly, extremely intuitive, and seamlessly branded — all while centered around booking and converting for the business.
The Hospitality Technology Stack: Why and How You Should Consolidate
Resorts learned a hard lesson in 2020: never underestimate the power of technology. When the pandemic hit, many hotels and resorts were running decades-old technology stacks. As travel began to pick up near the end of 2020, hotels and resorts that were unprepared to meet the new consumer expectations failed to maximize profitability.
Illinois News Today: Resorts World Technology could be the foundation of the future of the game
The resort will be the first to use a new integrated amenity booking system with UrVenue and OpenTable. Guests can book restaurants, clubs, pools, attractions, bundles, recreation and more all in one shopping cart. Hutchins said his team is “under consideration” as to whether the partnership will be integrated into the Resorts World app or as a “deep link” with the app.
RestaurantDive: OpenTable teams with UrVenue to offer integrated resort booking
This original article was published here by RestaurantDive.com Dive Brief: OpenTable has partnered with UrVenue, a hospitality technology…
Las Vegas Review-Journal: 2 Las Vegas resorts among first to participate in new booking system
Two Las Vegas Valley resorts are among the first to participate in an integrated amenities booking program. Guests at the Sahara Las Vegas and Resorts World Las Vegas will be able to book restaurants, clubs, pools, attractions, bundles, recreation and more all under one shopping cart, a release said.