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VIA CASINO JOURNAL Travelers with COVID fatigue are flocking to Las Vegas in search of normalcy; employee safety devices and contactless technologies are helping hoteliers protect their employees...
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VIA HOTEL TECHNOLOGY NEWS Imagine being able to ride a bike down the middle of Las Vegas Boulevard without fear of oncoming traffic. That was the scene mid June … before visitors from nearby states began driving to the entertainment capital of the world in search of a respite from COVID-19. Las Vegas is open, but it is far from business as usual, and it will take some time for...
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VIA REVIEW JOURNAL More than 250 entrepreneurs and inventors are competing to create a solution that can help the hospitality, entertainment and travel industries recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, with the potential of seeing their idea brought to market.
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VIA FRANCEVINFO A Las Vegas, rien ne va plus ! La ville aux 120 000 chambres d’hôtel et aux 36 millions de touristes annuels s’est, pour la première fois de son histoire, totalement arrêtée à cause du coronavirus. Plus de 350 000 résidents de "Sin City" ont déposé un dossier d’aide sociale, le taux de chômage a explosé, laissant des milliers de serveurs, barmans, employés d'hôtel et de casino sans...
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VIA WNYPAPERS The UNLV Lee Business School and the Ted and Doris Lee Family Foundation recently announced the elite list of committee members who will select winners for the Lee School Prize for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The joint collaboration aims to speed entrepreneurs in the development of innovations necessary to rapidly address the urgent problems facing the hospitality, entertainment and travel industries resulting from COVID-19.
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