Brad Wellstead, lecturer in properties development and management, is currently mentoring, tutoring, and facilitating four SHA students who are participating in the first-ever Park Inn by Radisson INNovation competition.
In a competition sponsored by the Leland C. and Mary M. Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship, nine teams had five minutes each to present their innovative ideas for how to make the best use of Pepper, an interactive child-size humanoid robot, in the hospitality industry.
The Hospitality Business Plan Competition provides an experiential learning opportunity to rising entrepreneurs looking to make their mark on the hospitality industry. This year’s finals will take place Saturday, March 17.
Edgard Sanchez was working a secure warehouse job. A veteran of the U.S. military having transitioned back to civilian life, he could easily have stayed where he was, comfortable in the day-to-day routine of earning a steady paycheck for an honest day’s work. But he knew there was something more for him…
Ken Notari had long been interested in entrepreneurship, and after a 20-year military career, he and his wife Dani were already on the path to starting their own business. But it was after he attended EBV that everything fell into place…
Prominent lawyers, professors, corporate managers, and union leaders gathered for a CIHLER roundtable on April 24 to discuss the direction of hospitality, labor, and employment relations under the Trump administration.
Every year, Professors David Sherwyn and Richard Hurd select a group of students from their co-taught Labor Relations in the Hospitality Industry class (HADM 4810/ILRLR 4060) to attend the HR in Hospitality Conference and Expo, now in its tenth year.
We are pleased to announce the Cornell ICSC International Retail Real Estate Competition 2017, hosted jointly with the Center for Real Estate and Finance, to be held May 21 in Las Vegas, NV, during RECon.