Whether we want it or not, Covid-19 is fundamentally changing the way we operate. Physical distancing requirements, increased compliance demands and most importantly a razor sharp attention to managing costs, are accelerating the adoption of technology in the next normal. The way to recovery is likely long and sinuous but your technology stack can help alleviate some of the pains. Join hospitality tech leaders as they showcase the top tools every hotelier needs on the road to recovery and beyond. This webinar will be an interactive session with live Q&A. Get the answers you need to all your questions about top technology and how it can help your hotel engage and empower your employees, and drive the compliance and efficiencies that are needed next normal.
In this webinar, learn and interact with:
- Lua - The robust housekeeping and task workflow management system
- Salesboost - A revolutionary skill-based learning platform
- Beekeeper - The #1 employee communication platform for hospitality
Senior Account Executive, Hospitality, Beekeeper
Tyler leads hospitality partnerships across North America at Beekeeper and is based in Austin, Texas. With a diverse background in marketing communications, hospitality operations, and sales, Tyler's familiarity within the industry provides an immeasurable experience for Beekeeper's hospitality division. From working luxury cruise operations for Holland America Line, and hotel sales for White Lodging, Tyler ventured into software partnerships. His expertise ranges from social media management for marketing agencies at Spredfast, to hospitality labor operations at HotSchedules. Tyler's experience with industry-leading and best of class software platforms provides a wealth of knowledge to the hospitality team.
CEO & Founder, Salesboost
Gretta Brooks is the founder and CEO of SalesBoost, LLC. An entrepreneur at heart, Gretta launched SalesBoost’s revolutionary soft skill training platform in 2018, creating the only on-demand role-playing simulation solution with instant feedback and coaching for thousands of learners across the globe in industries from hospitality to higher education. She is involved in crafting the company culture, investor relations and innovating future growth opportunities. Gretta speaks on innovation, women in leadership and sales effectiveness and has earned numerous awards and distinctions in both hospitality and technology. Her lifelong appreciation for solving workplace problems with innovative solutions led her to become an inventor with a patent for the Voice Analysis Training System. Gretta serves on the board of the Cornell Center for Innovative Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations and the University of North Texas College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism Advancement Board. An avid fly fisher, she enjoys hiking the globe with her family.
Hugh worked on the frontline for ten years and it was that work that led him to start Lua, a productivity platform for frontline teams. Hugh is a proven leader in sales and operations from working at Intercom in San Francisco and Dublin and a private equity group with assets across Europe. With his co-founder, Keith, the two brought Lua to the world to give frontliners a way to increase productivity, efficiency and collaboration. Something that seemed to only be available to those working at a desk. Hugh holds a first-class honours degree in Business Studies & French from Trinity College, Dublin.
Head of Hospitality, Beekeeper
As Head of Hospitality, Andrada leads Beekeeper’s effort to help hospitality organizations improve communication and ultimately drive employee engagement and performance. Previously, Andrada served as Executive Director, Luxury Internal Communications and Engagement at AccorHotels and Executive Director, Communications & Strategy at Fairmont Raffles Hotels International. In that capacity, she collaborated with Beekeeper to bring the nearly 50,000 frontline employees working together as one dispersed, yet united, team. Andrada also served as a consultant with McKinsey & Co., working on strategy and organizational transformations with large multinational companies in the EMEA region. She holds an MBA from the Wharton School and an MA in International Studies from University of Pennsylvania.