Created by:   ESSEC Business School

  • Peter O'Connor

    Taught by:    Peter O'Connor, Professor of information systems, Director of the MBA in Hospitality Management

    Information systems

  • Alex Slors

    Taught by:    Alex Slors, Independent Hotel Asset Manager & Development Consultant

    Asset Management

  • David Turnbull

    Taught by:    David Turnbull, Co-Founder & COO

    SnapShot

  • Brendan May

    Taught by:    Brendan May, Independent Hotel Revenue and Distribution (Demand Management) Consultant


  • Martin Soler

    Taught by:    Martin Soler, Chief Marketing Officer

    SnapShot

  • Lennert De Jong

    Taught by:    Lennert De Jong, Commercial Director

    Citizen Hotels
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Commitment4 weeks, 4 - 5 hours per week
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 89 ratings

perfect

I learn so much about forecasting with assignments ! Thx u Coursera :)

Just a great course to get the big picture of Demand Management & permits to be able to get the base to go further & in detail. Definetly a great course.

Excellent industry knowledge coupled with engaging video tutorials. Great intermediate course to further your knowledge on the way traditional hotel departments have developed into the intertwined entities we see today.