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3 collocated international trade show that will present positive trend on hospitality design will be held on 24 - 27 October 2018 at JIExpo Kemayoran:
 
  • FURNITURE & CRAFT Indonesia – International Furniture & Craft Fair Indonesia 
  • HOTEL SOURCING Indonesia – International Trade Show for Hotel Suppliers in Indonesia 
  • MOZAIK Indonesia - International Trade Event for Lifestyle Interior, Design and Projects in Indonesia 

The exhibition will invite 7000++ from around hospitality design professionals: interior designers, hoteliers, commercial designer, developers, purchasing firms, as well as restaurant and cafe professional in the industry to visit and explore projects resources, gather inspirations and ideas, meet face to face and network with product and service suppliers for hospitality projects.

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POROS LIVING is created to deliver Indonesia's finest craftmanship and transform it into flawless products which will enchant its viewers. These philosophies have been updated with range of products that will enhance and support the finest living, with design that reflects pride of Indonesian culture. Poros Living offers assortments with unique sense of cultural & heritage in a luxury, comforting, and relaxing form of divine. Our designs are imaginative and uncompromising. We use the best materials and adhered to a scrupulous quality of workmanship.






EXPOSE CONCRETE was born from the concrete controversy; It lives like a living organism that conceived and born, it enters relationships, has values, a unique identity and a personality. Take risks, incite movements, and improve based on both intuition and strategies. It helped rebrand the industrial material as a luxurious one, well-suited to surface design forms and a choice of colors for the Architect and Design community.





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Instaroom Launches New Messaging Ecosystem for Hoteliers

New Communication Solution for Hoteliers Engages Customers, Lowers Distribution Costs, and Manages Complex Bookings

BERLIN, Germany – June 21, 2018 – Instaroom, a messaging platform for managing complex customer journeys, transactions, and bookings, today announced the launch of its new communication solution, providing hoteliers with a simple, web-based concierge platform. Instaroom’s platform includes a customizable, white-label widget for hotel websites, analytics tools, and full messaging integration that enables hoteliers to establish a tether to new and returning guests, increase direct bookings, and lower distribution costs.

Instaroom engages prospective customers and supports in-house guests through one seamless, user-friendly platform. The solution offers a branded, automated website widget, localization and personalization that greets all customers in their native language. Instaroom also centralizes all communications across different messaging platforms, including Facebook, WeChat, Email, and more.

The platform is mobile optimized, offers hoteliers URL tracking so management can see what guests were browsing before and after messaging the hotel, and provides hoteliers with a full analytics dashboard, which includes average response time, geolocation, engagements, conversions, leads, revenue, and other metrics. Instaroom also securely manages payments, providing a user-friendly confirmation process.

Niklas Pettersson, CEO and co-founder of Instaroom, is a global business developer and entrepreneur with a background in building and managing high performing sales teams in the travel sector. Prior to Instaroom, Niklas was the Managing Director for the Nordics and Baltics for Tourico Holidays, one of the world’s fastest growing wholesale travel brokerage companies. Johan Hammer, CINO and co-founder, is a hospitality guru and author of Revenue Superstar. Johan previously managed a $25 million hotel portfolio for one of Scandinavia's largest hotel chains and built a new pricing structure for more than 60 hotels.

“The average hotel website only has a 2 percent conversation rate, in large part because hoteliers aren’t offering equal or better user experiences than big business-to-consumer travel sites,” said Pettersson. “Nearly 9 out of 10 millennials prefer messaging to other communication – and more than half of all travelers will be millennials by 2025. It’s time for hoteliers to embrace the next generation of travelers and connect with them using an intuitive, centralized messaging ecosystem that connects travelers directly with hoteliers and keeps consumers on your website.”

Instaroom has received government funding from Almi, a Swedish state venture capitalist group. The company is also backed by private investors, including Sven Wennhall, Founder and former CEO of Sembo AB, one of Scandinavia’s largest outbound travel agencies; Jonathan Tong, Head of Airline IT Solutions for Amadeus in APAC, Russia, Turkey and CIS region; Allan Tee, former Managing Director of PIAB Asia, with 40 years experience in industrial automation industry; and other leading hotel management executives.

First Hotels, Scandinavia’s leading collection of hotels with more than 90 unique properties throughout Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, and Spain, was one of the first hotel partners to utilize Instaroom’s beta technology.

“Since integrating Instaroom, our hotels are generating and capitalizing on more direct revenue opportunities, while also bringing us closer to our customers,” said Cecilia Mauritzson, General Manager of First Hotel Twentyseven. “The platform enhances the digital experience, leading to more engaged prospective consumers and happier in-house guests.”

Instaroom is currently developing artificial intelligence bots, designed to intuitively answer commonly asked customer questions and reduce hotel management costs. The AI bots will be integrated into the Instaroom platform later this summer, 2018.

To demo the commission-free product or watch an intro video, please visit https://instaroom.travel/

About Instaroom

Instaroom is a web-based concierge platform for hoteliers, designed to connect hoteliers directly with travelers, increase direct hotel bookings, and lower overall distribution costs. Instaroom provides hotels with a fully integrated concierge platform that includes a website widget, analytics tools, full messaging integration across multiple channels, and soon to come, AI powered bots.

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FAQs for AIRBNB and DJUBO’s API Partnership


DJUBO and Airbnb have announced an Official API integration which is an official 2 way sync. Djubo is one of the very few in India which has been successful in integrating with Airbnb. Airbnb is now open to listing even traditional hotels and bed and breakfasts and all kinds of accommodation businesses on its platform. With this partnership, DJUBO’s client hotels will be able to manage their rates and inventory on Airbnb seamlessly without having to login to the Airbnb app or extranet.

How is Airbnb’s business model and interface different from other OTAs:

  • The listing title on Airbnb cannot be the commercial name of the property. It should be a descriptive name. For example : “Hotel Taj Palace” will not be approved for listing. However “Spacious Luxury Suite on MG Road” is acceptable.
  • Airbnb’s commission structure is different from all other OTA’s. While it charges only 3% to hosts/hotels – an additional service fee of 0 – 20% is charged to the guest.
  • If Hotel has a GST/VAT registration, the Airbnb will apply the applicable slab on the sell rate along with its 0 – 20% commission and then sell to the client. Airbnb will passback 97% of sell rate and 99% of GST/VAT to the hotel’s account. To understand this or question airbnb.com on any calculations the hotels can write to [email protected]
  • Traditionally, a regular listing owner approves/authorizes a guest to allow him to make a booking after the owner has chatted with him on the Airbnb App. However, If a hotel is approved for availing the API connectivity through DJUBO then Instant Book feature is automatically switched on for that property. This means that the guest need not chat with the owner or request for a room and will be able to easily book rooms without any engagement with the listing owner.
  • In Airbnb , one listing can only be booked one at a time. No one can book 4 deluxe room rooms at a go. They can only book deluxe rooms 4 times. Each listing doesnt have an inventory attached to it, but has an available/closed status only. So when rooms run out on DJUBO, the status of this listing will be changed to Closed so that no more rooms are sold on Airbnb or on other OTAs.


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Which rates will be pushed to Airbnb via DJUBO?

– DJUBO will be pushing the sell rates that the hotel sets up on the OTA rates tab under Manage this property > Rate Setup > Best Available Rates > OTA Rates.

How will Airbnb handle GST/VAT?

– Airbnb will also apply GST/VAT on sell rate and markup the rates that the guest pays. In case the host has no such registration then no tax will be levied over and above.
– Hosts will be passed back 97% of the Sell Rate and 99% of the GST/VAT when a booking happens in the bank account setup in the Payout Preferences by the host.
– In order to inform Airbnb about your GST/VAT registration number please email [email protected]

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KViHotel Deploys ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Mobile Access Solution for Convenient Keyless Guestroom Entry

Newly opened Budapest hotel selects leading provider of hotel security technology for installation of keyless entry with advanced RFID lock technology

Stockholm - April 10, 2018 - ASSA ABLOY Hospitality, innovator of security technologies for the hospitality industry, announces the successful implementation of several of its advanced security and access solutions at KViHotel in Hungary.

Located in Budapest, KViHotel has implemented ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Mobile Access, VingCard Allure electronic door locks and the Visionline software platform to maximize security and enhance the overall guest experience. The new 40-room property is among the first smart hotels in Europe to offer a complete mobile experience through the use of its mobile app, TMRW Hotels, which as an ASSA ABLOY Hospitality certified partner includes the added feature of Mobile Access keyless entry.


After researching several locking system providers, KViHotel opted for the ASSA ABLOY Hospitality solutions based on excellent customer service and the company's ability to provide an all-encompassing solution to meet staff and guest demands. With the installation of ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Mobile Access and VingCard Allure locks, guests can quickly and conveniently enter their room immediately upon arrival with a quick swipe of their mobile device.
"As a new hotel, we knew that a main focus of the design needed to reflect modern industry and guest trends through the adoption of innovative technologies," says Péter Palicz, general manager of KViHotel. "Keyless entry is undoubtedly evolving the hotel guest experience, and with ASSA ABLOY Hospitality's longstanding history of delivering exceptional service and its position as a leader in hotel security technology, we knew its Mobile Access solution was exactly what our hotel needed to appeal to today's tech-savvy guest expectations."
ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Mobile Access is an advanced solution that allows guests to use their mobile device as a digital room key. Operating through secure Seos technology, an encrypted key is delivered securely to a guest's smartphone, which they then use to open their guestroom door, as well as accessing other onsite amenities and secured areas. Using advanced RFID technology, the VingCard Allure electronic lock features a unique interactive and customizable LED panel that is housed on the wall adjacent to the guestroom door, rather than on the door itself. An additional feature available to KViHotel guests is the ability to post 'do not disturb' or 'make up room' notifications to allow hotel staff to easily know when they are able to freely enter a guestroom for housekeeping and other services. Though the use of the Visionline system, hotel staff can remotely control who has access to certain areas on property and when. Since the installation, KViHotel has experienced positive feedback from guests enjoying the benefit of being able to bypass the front desk and enter their room immediately upon arrival with their own smartphones. Hotel staff has also benefited greatly from ASSA ABLOY Hospitality's customer support, as the team was committed to ensuring that all needs of the property were met to create a streamlined and convenient service for hotel guests and staff. For more information about ASSA ABLOY Hospitality and its comprehensive line of hotel security solutions, please visit www.assaabloyhospitality.com.

About ASSA ABLOY Hospitality The global leader in hotel security technology for nearly 40 years, ASSA ABLOY Hospitality is a part of the ASSA ABLOY Group, a publicly listed company with 47,000 employees. With products installed in properties all over the world, securing millions of guestrooms globally, the company's comprehensive range of security and technology solutions is comprised of VingCard electronic locks, Elsafe in-room safes, integrated software platforms and advanced mobile access solutions. Its latest innovation, ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Mobile Access provides advanced security for hotels and augments the stay experience for today's tech-savvy guests. Operating with secure Seos technology, Mobile Access allocates guestrooms and generates encrypted digital keys over a secure channel. This allows users to bypass the front desk and access their assigned guestrooms via their personal smart phones and watches. In order to provide best-in-class customer service, ASSA ABLOY Hospitality offers support in more than 166 countries worldwide. For more information, please visit: www.assaabloyhospitality.com.
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Strong Hotel Revenue Growth Predicted for Asia-Pacific in 2018

Cautiously optimistic hoteliers indicate reliance on OTAs and emergence of Airbnb are concerns

Kuala Lumpur – A survey of 100 leading hospitality industry professionals from across Indonesia and the Asia-Pacific region has predicted a positive outlook for the regional hotel sector in 2018, with 61 percent of respondents forecasting 10 percent or more revenue growth in the year to come.

The ‘APAC Hotel Market Trends’ research was organised by IDeaS Revenue Solutions, the leading provider of revenue management software and advisory services, and drew key insights from hotel owners, general managers, revenue managers and sales directors from Indonesia and the wider APAC region.

According to research findings, the healthy outlook for the regional hotel sector would largely be driven by increased room sales (53 percent). However, hoteliers also expect sustained growth in revenues from food and beverage sales (24 percent) and meeting and event spaces (20 percent) in 2018, highlighting the growing diversity and focus across multiple hotel revenue streams.

“The outlook for the regional hotel sector is positive, with many property groups confident about their growth prospects in 2018. The key challenge is finding balance in the distribution ecosystem and creating a level playing field of customer choice. Also, fair rewards must be agreed upon for the efforts provided by the varying forms of distribution in reaching audiences hoteliers can’t. With the rapid innovation from online travel agencies (OTAs), metasearch and operators like Airbnb, there is no time to be complacent,” said Bryan Bailey, vice president revenue & distribution for Minor Hotels.

 “To succeed in today’s hospitality sector, hoteliers need the right online presence, advanced operating systems like revenue management and the right people in place to optimise their total ecosystem and performance.”  

While revenue growth is expected from the regional hotel sector, many hoteliers continue to have a strong reliance on OTAs to drive business, with 84 percent of respondents indicating that OTAs made up 30 percent or more of their bookings. Close to a quarter of all respondents even indicated that OTAs made up 50 percent or more of their total bookings.

“OTAs can charge between 15 and 25 percent commission for every booking they secure. These third-party costs influence the amount of revenue hotels are able to secure from each guest – ultimately impacting a property’s bottom line,” said Rachel Grier, managing director Asia Pacific for IDeaS. “The most cost-effective online booking channel for a hotel remains its own website. To secure these valuable direct bookings, hoteliers need to focus on improving their online targeting, pricing and web presence to not only attract visitors, but convert them into paying guests.”


To address the regional imbalance in bookings from OTAs, it is no surprise that all hoteliers surveyed indicated they would grow their direct bookings over the coming year. While 79 percent of respondents indicated they are looking to grow their own direct bookings from 10 to 20 percent, 20 percent of hoteliers predicted they would grow their direct bookings by 30 percent or more.
In addition to challenges presented by OTA bookings in the region, 81 percent of respondents said they believed sharing accommodation sites like Airbnb are a threat to the regional hotel sector, with 18 percent believing Airbnb and its rivals are a ‘significant’ threat.

“Sharing economy rivals like Airbnb are undoubtedly digitally savvy and should continue to be taken seriously. To compete effectively with these online platforms, hoteliers need to identify what makes their property unique and offer customised guest experiences. They should not look to simply reduce their rates to counter new competition, but instead, focus on emphasising value to their guests to drive those direct bookings,” added Rachel Grier.

IDeaS is committed to helping hotel organisations throughout the Asia-Pacific region reach their optimal revenue and profit levels in 2018 through advanced systems and by focusing on education that supports the development of a strong revenue management culture.

About IDeaS 

With more than 1.6 million rooms priced daily on its advanced systems, IDeaS Revenue Solutions leads the industry with the latest revenue management software solutions and advisory services. Powered by SAS® and with nearly three decades of experience, IDeaS proudly supports more than 10,000 clients in 124 countries and is relentless about providing hoteliers with insightful ways to manage the data behind hotel pricing.

IDeaS empowers clients to build and maintain revenue management cultures – from single entities to world-renowned estates – by focusing on a simple promise: Driving Better Revenue.
IDeaS has the knowledge, expertise and maturity to build upon proven revenue management principles with next-generation analytics for more user-friendly, insightful and profitable revenue opportunities – not just for rooms, but across the entire hotel enterprise. For more information, visit www.ideas.com.
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BASICS OF HOTEL BRANDING: WHY? WHAT? HOW?

14 March 2018

You may be the best property in town, but unless you’re able to pitch this to your customers in a manner that will break through the clutter and attract their attention, you cannot grow. This in a nutshell is why you need branding.


Let’s start at the beginning. What is branding? Why you need it?

A brand is the image and identification of a company or entity that tells the consumer all about the company. A strong brand is vital for encouraging direct bookings, along with dozens of other benefits. It is a trigger that will help people choose you over the unknown. Think of the Marriott ‘M’ versus another property. If rates and other comparatives are same, which one are you more likely to go with?
Branding allows you to drive more direct bookings, compete more strongly against competitors on OTAs, and take control of your message and your online presence.

How to build a successful hotel brand?

The key to branding is to have a very distinct and unique selling proposition that will appeal to a targeted audience. Let’s break this into easy tips for brand building.


What’s your story?

What sets you apart from the others? Is it your design, a historic tale or your service style? Put on a guest’s hat and see what your point of difference is. Build your brand around this unique story. Connect with your users on an emotional level in order to create an environment that is interesting and engaging.

Brand to a specific market segment.

Instead of being nothing to everybody, be something to fewer people. Build your brand with this audience in mind. For instance if you’re targeting millennials, emphasise on your cutting-edge design and digital facilities. A family property would rather focus on play areas and childcare facilities.

Build a strong visual identity.

Your brand identity should carry from your logo right down to your stationery, online ads and other branded material. Your visuals should reflect your hotel and its unique story. But remember, at the end of the day these are just visuals – your real brand is you story, not the logo.

Connect on an emotional level.

Your property is more than four walls and a bed. If you connect with a consumer’s need for romance, adventure or another emotion, you can build a longer lasting brand, even demand a premium for it.

Get smart about marketing your brand.

Not everyone has deep pockets like the Hilton or Marriott. Be selective about how you market your brand – to whom and where. A targeted approach is not just efficient, it is more effective. You may reach fewer people and at a higher cost, but the conversion will be higher.
At the same time, make it easy for your guests to market you. In the age of social media  explosion, if you have a good story to tell, your guests will spread the word for you.  

Brand building is not for a select few with deep pockets. If you create your unique story and sell it to a smaller, targeted travel market, the result will be sustainable profitability. Visit here to know more



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Our Founding Spirit, Alive Today

At TOTO, we’ve always been inspired by a desire to improve everyone’s quality of life. Through almost a century rich with innovation, TOTO has changed the perception of what a bathroom can be — and how it can be used.

Our founder, Kazuchika Okura, had a vision more than one hundred years ago in 1912, before the concept of public sewage systems was widespread in Japan. After seeing more advanced systems overseas, he was moved to establish a ceramic sanitary ware laboratory to develop healthier and cleaner living spaces.

In 1917, Okura founded Toyo Toki K.K. (which became known as TOTO LTD.) to supply the market with these products. TOTO was founded on a commitment to provide a comfortable living space for people, while always protecting the planet and its water.

Japan’s rich artistic heritage in pottery and porcelain is alive in every TOTO product we create today. Throughout our expansion worldwide, TOTO has remained true to the Japanese traditions that have shaped our Company Motto and Philosophy.

TOTO Motto
created in 1962
Take pride in your work, and strive to do your best.
Quality and Uniformity | Service and Trust | Cooperation and Prosperity


TOTO Philosophy
TOTO strives to create a great company that is trusted by people around the world and to contribute to the betterment of society.

To achieve our philosophy, TOTO will:
  • Create an enriched and more comfortable lifestyle and culture built on our plumbing products.
  • Pursue customer satisfaction by exceeding expectations with our products and services.
  • Provide high-quality products and services through ongoing research and development.
  • Protect the global environment by conserving finite natural resources and energy.
  • Create an employee friendly work environment that respects individuality.


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The Heart of TOTO Culture:
Involving People
TOTO has always embraced technology, pursued the highest levels of cleanliness, incorporated high aesthetic standards, protected the environment, and worked to improve people’s lifestyles. Because we continually innovate in all of these areas, TOTO has become the world standard of excellence for a quality bathroom experience.




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