Hospitality

Daniel Innis, a professor of marketing and hospitality management at the University of New Hampshire, compares the effort to what was required to get travelers back on airplanes after September 11, 2001. “It took us a while to get comfortable flying again after 9/...
Hannah Vanden Heuvel
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According to Daniel Innis, professor of marketing and hospitality management at the University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, the PPP’s rollout has been “a mess.” “I think a lot of small businesses thought, ‘I have a couple...
More needs to be done help small business owners in response to the worldwide outbreak of COVID-19, University of New Hampshire Professor Daniel Innis told the Sun on Monday, adding that it will be an economic "disaster" if the economy remains shut down deep into the spring.
“While it helps with rent and mortgages, it is important to note that it does not replace business profits,” said Daniel Innis, a professor of hospitality management and marketing at the University of New Hampshire and former hotel owner. “Owners may meet current...
E. Hachemi Aliouche
A computer model developed at the University of New Hampshire’s Rosenberg International Franchise Center (RIFC) may help franchise companies identify the countries where they have the highest chances of successfully expanding their businesses (full...
To better understand how customers view employees with disabilities, Valentini Kalargyrou staged a “play” that proved the experts wrong
“People with disabilities have a lot to offer employers, but aren’t always given the opportunity to prove their capabilities and skills,” says Kalargyrou.
Franchisees share how they pulled together the cash to open their own franchise.
Then we run it all by E. Hachemi Aliouche, a professor and director at the University of New Hampshire’s Rosenberg International Franchise Center, who breaks down the pros and cons for any potential franchisee. Image credit: Max-O-Matic
Hospitality grad Trisha Crowe ’17 is in charge of it all
It’s a weeknight during UNH’s winter break, and the new Saxbys café is closed for business, but one light is still on. Trisha Crowe ’17, café executive officer (CEO) of the Durham location, sits in the empty café with her laptop, crunching numbers. The spot she’s camped out in, a table tucked into...