Category: Trends

  • Two Chicks Three Seats Episode 39: Minimonies vs. Microweddings, Events at the National Arboretum, and 2021 Weddings and Trends

    Weddings have certainly evolved throughout the pandemic and some couples have chosen to switch their large wedding plans to a smaller wedding that could take place within the COVID-19 safety guidelines. That means that wedding planners and wedding venues have also evolved by creating new packages for clients that offer a more intimate experience, like […]

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  • How Meetings and Events Will Change in 2021

    Goodbye 2020, and hello 2021! There are lots of things we have to look forward to in the upcoming year, including a much-anticipated return of in-person meetings and events. While we all can not wait to be together in person again, the return of events will happen slowly, so don’t sign out of Zoom just […]

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  • Social Hour: 2021 Trends and Predictions

    In the hospitality industry, learning about trends is a must if you want your venue to offer the food, beverages, amenities, and services that your customers crave. That’s why we invited Amber van Moessner, the Senior Director of Communications at Upserve by Lightspeed, to share Upserve’s annual report, 2020 State of the Restaurant Industry during […]

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  • Tripleseat Survey Reveals Changing Needs This Holiday Season

    Tripleseat, the leading web-based sales and event management platform for restaurants, hotels, and unique venues, today announced the results of a recently conducted survey of 500 Americans to see how their holiday plans have been impacted by COVID. The survey also gathered insights on consumer habits and spending preferences over the course of the pandemic. […]

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  • Trending Now: 6 Next-Level Private Dining Experiences

    The concept of private dining is not exactly new. Groups of people have always gathered together to connect over a good meal, even during the pandemic — hopefully following social distancing and capacity guidelines. This long history means it’s even more vital that restaurants and venues that offer private dining services find unique ways to […]

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  • 5 Emerging Technology Trends for Hotels

    In a world that’s changing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, hoteliers are looking to stay ahead of the emerging technology trends to stay compliant with health and safety regulations and build trust with their hotel guests. Here are five trends that hotels should consider implementing to drive business in 2020 and beyond. 1. Contactless payment, […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality: July 2020 Week 4

    As we get closer to the end of July, we’re seeing some innovative trends that will help the hospitality industry get back to daily business, and some trends that are so bizarre that they not only help us adapt but provide some much-needed laughter. Here’s a roundup of what’s happening in the industry this week. […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    This week marked the beginning of the reopening of all 50 states in some way or another. While several states began lifting restrictions over a month ago, others just began to allow curbside pickup at non-essential businesses this week. What does all of this mean for the hospitality industry? Well that depends on where you’re […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    Day 754 of the shutdown … at least it feels like it is. Luckily, there is some hope on the horizon. As of today, 29 states have allowed restaurants to reopen for dine-in service of some kind, or intend to do so soon. But with this return to a bit of normalcy comes a lot […]

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