La Facultad de Turismo y Dirección Hotelera Sant Ignasi participó en el taller “Marco regulatorio para el home sharing”, que tuvo lugar el pasado diciembre en OuiShare Fest Barcelona. Participaron en el encuentro Daniela Freund, vicedecana de Relaciones Corporativas e Internacionales y Florencia Cueto, Project Manager de HTSI.
Daniela Freund, associate dean for Corporate and International Relations at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, was a speaker at the 2nd Mediterranean Hospitality Forum, which took place in Barcelona last December, within the framework of the Mediterranean Week of Economic Leaders.
The event, in which Freund presented HTSI’s Wings for Autism project, brought together hospitality industry experts who discussed the sector’s key challenges and unveiled ongoing solutions and initiatives to make hotel and tourism products more sustainable and successful.Read more
How do companies recruit? What channels do you use to select staff? These are some of the questions that Miriam Carrés, Assistant General Manager of the Cotton House Hotel, and Meritxell Morera, CEO at Sabática, have answered to 2nd year students in the Bachelor Degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management at HTSI.
Within the framework of the subject Human Resources Management, students have been able to learn firsthand how companies in the sector are carrying out recruitment and selection processes.
One hundred children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder attend an operatic rehearsal at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona
On November 12th, the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI) organized an Open Day at the Gran Teatro Liceu in Barcelona for 120 families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (TEA) attended a rehearsal of a family and school production “The Superbarber of Seville”. It is a pioneering experience realized for the first time in collaboration with the Liceu for this collective. This production will be for schools and starts on November 14 and for families and schools.
Open Day is part of the project “Wings for Autism” by the HTSI Responsible Tourism and Hospitality Chair at HTSI, with the support of the Paideia Foundation, the Aprenem Association and the IDAPP Institute. A dozen volunteers from the School gave their support to the families.
The University Master Degree in Hotel Management students have successfully completed the operational week in different prestigious hotels in Barcelona
The students from the University Master Degree in Hotel Management have successfully completed the operational week in different prestigious hotels in Barcelona. This short placement allows the students to get an overview and comprehend the operating aspects in the hospitality industry from the management’s prospective. During these 5 days, the students have gone through different departments such as: Rooms Division, Sales and Marketing, Revenue Management, Banqueting and Conference Management, Finance and Purchasing Management, Front Desk management or House Keeping management. Some examples where they will undertake the placement are: Barceló Atenea Mar, Granados 83, Miramar Barcelona Hotel, Cotton House Hotel, Majestic Hotel , Claris Barcelona, Crowne Plaza Barcelona Hotel , Princess Barcelona Hotel and Regina-Pullitzer Hotel.
On November 3rd, The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI) hosted the 6th edition of the Professional Talent Forum, where prestigious companies from the tourist and hospitality sector recruit talent among the students of the Bachelor Degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management and from the Master Degree Programs.
The Professional Talent Forum is a meeting place between the tourism and hospitality industry and HTSI students to capture talent for their internships both nationally and internationally.Read more
Training and awareness are key to meeting the demands of tourism and leisure groups with disabilities
More flexibility in understanding diversity, more awareness, more information and strategic accessibility at the decision making level in business are the main conclusions of the conference “Innovative Solutions for Tourism for All” organized by the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI) Ramon Llull University. The conference was held in Barcelona on September 26th to mark the World Tourism Day, which this year has the theme “Tourism for All”.
4th year Bachelor Degree students in Tourism and Hospitality Management at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI) have started their periods of mandatory placements in companies in the international tourism and hotel industry.
These training periods (Work Based Learning Abroad) in prestigious international companies are curricular internship experiences where the knowledge acquired in the classroom is applied in a real working environment.
The focus centered on the recruitment, management and retention of talent as a business strategy at the HTSI Talent & Networking Conference, organized by the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI), together with ESADE Business School and ESADE Law School. The conference was held on June 3 at ESADE Forum in Barcelona.
Internet of Things and new models of accommodation, key insights at the 7th HTSI-Magma Trends Seminar
The main conclusion of the day revolved around the idea that the digital transformation and data management opens up new opportunities for customization of customer services.
In the initial presentation, Genís Roca, Senior Managing partner at RocaSalvatella, stressed that current digital processing directly affects business models and that the Internet of Things will not design products, but rather design services.
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