Horwath HTL have written 12 Country Reports from the Asia Pacific and Indian Region for the 2014 Hotel Yearbook.
The Hotel Yearbook, in its eighth edition, is made up of exclusive editorial contributions from more than two-dozen opinion leaders from around the world. The publication focuses on the future of the hotel industry and upcoming trends and innovations that will have an impact on its development.
Altogether, the 12 countries covered are: China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and South Korea.
Each Country report gives a brief snapshot of the hotel business landscape in 2013, followed by an insider’s perspective on the outlook for 2014 and beyond. Included are:
- Key developments anticipated
- Changes in the regulatory environment,
- Expected moves by the market’s most important players, etc.
James Chappell, Global Business Director at Horwath HTL, said: “Asia is such an exciting market for hotel development, we know that these country reports are some of the most popular we produce. Working with the Hotel Yearbook again in 2014, we have been able to report on many more markets than we ever have before, including one of the most fascinating, Myanmar. Our team were one of the first to assess the country from a tourism standpoint and it’s fascinating to see how it will develop over the coming years. Other key markets like China continue to develop strongly and our experts in each country are able to bring the inside picture on what is likely to happen.”
The Hotel Yearbook 2014 is an e-book, available not only at the Hotel Yearbook web site but also via Hsyndicate’s 25+ online channels. Copies of Horwath HTL Reports can also be accessed through the Horwath HTL websites and can be accessed via the following link: http://horwathhtl.asia/publications/publications/