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New Hotel Project Management Book Released

Category: Hotels, Posted:05 Jun 2016 | 13:25 pm

Well-known hotel design and pre-opening expert Gert Noodzij has written a guidebook for opening hospitality properties.

Titled Project Management of Hotel Opening Processes the book goes into great detail on processes, paths and key issues on what is a very complex subject.

Over the years in pre-opening many hotels I am always amazed at the last-minute nature the industry undergoes in this respect and checking all the boxes early on is a way to avoid delays and cost over-runs.

Noodzij heads up Northside Consulting which is an Asia-based.

The book is available on Amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/Project-Management-Hotel-Opening-Processes/dp/1495459373

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