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News & numbers


The future’s green 60%


Germany France


Respondents to a survey agreed that they want to be more environmentally and socially conscious on their travels.


82%


Said they will avoid tourist activities that will have a negative environmental impact.


46% 69% Source: IHG Hotels & Resorts


Tony Capuano has been appointed CEO of Marriott International. Formerly group president for global development, design and operations services,


Capuano began his Marriott career in 1995. From 2005 to 2008, he served as senior vice-president of full-service development for North America. In 2008, his responsibilities expanded to include the US, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America. A year later he was appointed executive vice-president and global chief development offi cer. During Capuano’s tenure the company expanded its footprint from almost 3,200 properties in early 2009 to more than 7,600 properties by the end of 2020. Capuano’s new role is part of a dual change that sees Stephanie Linnartz become


Hotel Management International / www.hmi-online.com


Gen Z travellers (aged 18–24) felt strongly about responsible travel.


United States Spain


United Kingdom Australia Brazil Italy


Said it’s important to choose a hotel brand that operates responsibly.


Indonesia Singapore Russia


South Korea Japan


11% 11%


12% 12% 12%


Global average: 15%


Source: Criteo Travel Study, May-June 2019, survey based on 13,000 global travellers) *A ”green traveller”is defi ned as someone who, at least once in the last six months, decided not to book travel in order to reduce their carbon footprint.


Green travellers are significantly younger than average


82% of green travellers booked train travel in the past six months


17% 17%


16% 16%


14%


Global green travellers* by country, May–June 2019 22%


18% 18%


Generation Z and Millenials 62% Generation X and older 38%


Movers and shakers


president of Marriott International with immediate effect. Prior to this, she was group president for consumer operations, technology and emerging businesses. In 2019, under Linnartz’s leadership, the company combined the Marriott and Starwood loyalty programs to create the world’s largest hospitality loyalty programme, Marriott Bonvoy, which currently has more than 147 million global members. Both appointments follow the passing of Marriott president and CEO Arne Sorenson in February 2021. In Europe, Karl Bieberach has been named senior vice-president of global development at Belmond. He will be responsible for expanding the hotel group’s portfolio of hotels, trains, river barges and safari tours. Prior to joining Belmond, Bieberach served as chief development offi cer at Rosewood Hotel Group. He


brings 25 years of experience to the role following successful stints in senior positions at Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Marriott International and HVS International. Meanwhile, Kempinski Hotels, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, has appointed Bernold Schroeder as chairman of the management board and CEO with immediate effect. The news follows the decision of the Kempinski Supervisory Board to part ways with former CEO Martin Smura. The news coincides with the appointment of Andreas Johan Magnus as general manager at Kempinski Palace Engelberg and Frutt Mountain Resort, and Brice Péan as the new general manager at Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski in Cairo. Elsewhere, Richard Raab has been appointed general manager at the Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St Petersburg and Nicole Willems is GM of Designhotel Maastricht in the Netherlands.


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Train 82% Other 18%


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