Resham Suhail

The author is Editorial Lead at BW People and works as a Trainee Journalist with BW Businessworld

Latest Articles By Resham Suhail

Designs that are more adaptive and compliant will last: Arun Raju

Arun Raju, Vice President & Head of Projects, InterGlobe Hotels feels that we need to look at adaptability and interchangeability in every aspect of design. He was part of the panel discussion on 'Design for Every Style & Need’.

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Fundamentals remain the same, but the norm will comeback in a different way: Susan Isaac

Experts from across the industries have mentioned a fact that these unprecedented and unconventional times have not taken away the power of creativity but rather introduced a huge room for innovation. ‘Touch’ existed for years in the hospitality industry, but the recent spur has brought in the need for introducing touchless products while also keeping the experience in place.

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Will the Tide Change for Hospitality in the Festive Season?

Hospitality industry honchos and hotel owners repose faith in the industry’s ability to tide over the lockdown induced crisis at the ‘Indian Hospitality Awards and Summit 2020’

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We need to apply 'The Right Buy At Right Negotiated Price With The Right Quality': Sai Shankar

Among the leaders from the procurement sector Sai Shankar, VP Procurement, The Leela Palaces Hotels, and Resorts shares his valuable observations, realizations and strategies.

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Introducing Collaborative and Innovative Ways Should be the Focus: Major Aval Sethi

Speaking at the recently organized webinar Breaking the Pandemic ‘Procurement – The Big Game Changer’ by BW HOTELIER in association with HPMF; Major Aval Sethi along with other esteemed panelists shared their observations and optimistic ideas to get the Indian hospitality back to the normal.

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Completely Dejected Today; We Will Continue Knocking On The Doors: Dr. Jyotsna Suri

On May 22, the captains from the Indian hospitality industry got together for a webinar by BW HOTELIER to discuss the current and future scenario of the sector that has been adversely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, and ignored, so far, by the central government.

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