With IDeaS since 2013, Neil has over 20 years of hospitality experience. He began his career training as a hotel general manager in London, moving on to roles in sales, marketing and revenue management. Prior to joining IDeaS, Neil held a number of corporate sales positions and senior revenue management roles. He has designed and deployed various business and system procedures for four major domestic hotel companies, managing centralized and regionalized revenue management & distribution teams, involving major change management and re-organization programs that specialize in applying revenue management beyond guestrooms. A fellow of HOSPA that has spent three years on their Revenue Management Committee, Neil also holds a CRME certification from HSMAI and regularly delivers workshops at a variety of industry events and trade expos. Neil helps hotel organizations leverage novel technologies to maximize revenue opportunities and enhance their strategic capabilities. He lives in Buckinghamshire, UK with his wife and two young children.
Game-planning your revenue recovery starts with thinking outside the guest room.
A conversation with Carl Weldon, COO Europe, Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP).
Advisory Services answers recent client questions about hotel revenue management As 23:00 GMT on 09 March 2019 and Great Britain’s scheduled departure from the European… Read More >
Neil Corr, IDeaS senior advisor in EMEA, discusses the different ways today’s hotels can achieve intelligent revenue strategies in a Big Data-driven world.
With the 40th anniversary of “Saturday Night Fever” upon us, Vanity Fair recently described the pop culture movie as a “fun 70s curiosity with pitch-blackness.” The special anniversary release of this iconic film not only elicits nostalgic memories of obnoxious white suits and slick dance moves, but it also leaves me thinking about hotels and their Sunday night pricing. You see, Sunday nights can also be considered a fun curiosity with a bit of pitch-blackness.