Revenue Management, Training And Outsource Provider Revenue By Design Launches Online Learning Platform For Hoteliers

Revenue management, training and outsource provider Revenue by Design has launched an online learning platform for hoteliers called Revenue Academy, which has been designed to share, build and drive revenue management knowledge and understanding throughout the industry.

Course Details

Revenue by Design stated, “Courses are based on the combined expertise of leading revenue management experts and educators and brought together by Ally Northfield, MD, Revenue by Design. They combine fundamental revenue management principles with practical experience of building profit optimising strategies for hotels and accommodation providers worldwide.

“The modular based, instructor lead courses have been designed so that users can build training programs specific to their needs and objectives. While supporting revenue professionals as they look to advance their skills and knowledge, it is hoped that smaller establishments such as B&Bs and guesthouses, who are looking for new ways to understand and increase both top and bottom-line growth, will also benefit from the online learning. A phased approach sees entry level courses launched initially, with courses for the more advanced revenue practitioner coming soon.”

Revenue by Design Managing Director Statement

Revenue by Design managing director Ally Northfield stated, “This has been a true labour of love for myself and the Revenue by Design team. The pandemic has stopped us all in our tracks, but the requirement for accessible and affordable revenue management learning is needed now more than ever as hotels plan their recovery. We are delighted to launch a solution that can provide a practical and accessible means to share the skills, knowledge and strategies required to transform profitability.”

Further information can be found at www.revenueacademy.co.uk.

Original article on hospitalityireland.com by Dave Simpson.

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