hospitality managers forum htsi 5 added valuesProviding an inside look at hotel management is one of the main goals of the Executive Master’s Degree in Hotel Business Management at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi – HTSI (Ramon Llull University). As a result, the School organizes Hospitality Managers Forums: regular meetings with businesspeople, management and professionals of known prestige in the world of tourism, hospitality and recreation.

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12 de junio (19.30h): Sesión Informativa de masters



El próximo miércoles 12 de junio, a las 19.30h, la Facultad de Turismo y Dirección Hotelera Sant Ignasi (URL) da a conocer su oferta de masters, basados en cuatro grandes ejes: la gestión y dirección hotelera, la organización de eventos, el desarrollo de competencias de liderazgo, la innovación y una estrecha relación con la industria turística y hotelera internacional.

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Female entrepreneurs in sustainable tourism



On Monday, May 20, the Ràdio 4 (RNE) program Preferències with Chema Carrasco interviewed HTSI professor and researcher Daniela Freund. The program addressed the round table discussion Freund moderated on female entrepreneurs and sustainability in the tourism sector during the New Destinations Summit organized by Airbnb.

Freund explained that the round table “Women in travel: women entrepreneurs” sought to “show women who provide an example with experiences or accommodations connected to sustainable and responsible tourism. Women play a clearly predominant role in the tourism sector, holding 57% of job positions in the sector in Spain. Plus, in the case of Airbnb, more than 50% of hosts are women.”

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HTSI doctor Albert Fornells becomes full professor of Ramon Llull University



Albert Fornells, vice dean of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi, has been named full professor (professor catedràtic) by Ramon Llull University, and is therefore the first professor at HTSI to hold this position.

Dr Fornells achieved this position with his project “Tecnología + Hospitalidad= Futuro” (Technology + Hospitality = Future), which defends the importance of improving the training offered by the School in order to better prepare students for the future. Fornells argues that by improving teaching and promoting research we can help to optimize professor profiles while reinforcing student profiles.


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Carlos Sabaté: “Selling isn’t about talking; it’s about knowing how to listen to customers’ needs”



We interviewed Carlos Sabaté, regional director for southern Europe at Kuoni Destination Management, alumnus and member of the Advisory Board of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (URL). This is one in a series of interviews featuring the members of the Advisory Board that we started with Xavi Martín, co-founder and general director of Turijobs.

What added value does the Advisory Board provide to the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi? 

Our added value is our many years of experience working in the tourism sector in different positions and from different points of view. In addition, it’s our ability to transmit the current needs of the labour market in our sector and our point of view after years working on management positions at companies with plenty of prestige.

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