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Millennials- dictating the visual language of hotels

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7 LUXURY TRAVEL TRENDS FOR 2017

Millennials the young enthusiasts knows the nerve of Travelling, their style of travelling or the manner of thinking. Everything has to be unique and remarkable in terms of planning trips to booking Hotels.There approach to travelling has to exclusive and one of its kind.  For intense, if they choose a hotel then the only thing will come in their mind the maintenance of the interiors and the divine art work which makes them to choose a space which becomes an ultimate attraction for good vibes and relaxation of mind.  Nothing can set the tone of a space more easily, and effectively, than a well-chosen work of art.

Millennials on the move

Millennials love to travel. Call it a fad or a feature that defines an entire generation, not only do they travel more often but also with more passion. Their approach to travelling is that of an explorer, always seeking new experiences that are memorable and, more importantly, shareworthy.

With Millennials all set to become the biggest customer segment for hotels, it is not just about offering high speed internet and the whole range of amenities anymore. Your space also has to have the right vibe and feel – a quality that may be hardest to define, but one that also makes the most difference.

Vibe is everything

True to the spirit of experience-seekers, Millennials seek out stays that are cool, vibrant and unique enough to find a spot on their Instagram feed. And they would much rather stay at a place that offers local flavours than global norms. In the face of these changes, hoteliers need to come up with innovative ways to keep their spaces hip and dynamic without burning a hole in their pockets. And art seems to tick all the right boxes.

Art it up

Nothing can set the tone of a space more easily, and effectively, than a well-chosen work of art. At a time when travellers don’t want to stay at the ‘same place’ twice, a curated mix of wall art, murals and installations can go a long way in helping your space stay fresh, vibrant and relevant for the experience-seeking globetrotter. Instead of renovating an entire room, installing a piece of art by a local artist can evoke the same vibe but at way lower costs. Not to mention common spaces like lobbies that have an added importance for Millennials from the point of view of relaxing as well as socialising. More importantly, Millennials have a deep appreciation for art, design and aesthetics. If you come across as someone who values art and promotes it at well, they’ll show you the love for sure.

Keep it fresh

While a lot of hoteliers appreciate the importance of art in their spaces, the upfront cost involved in sourcing quality art proves to be a deterrent. As a result, a lot of them end up compromising on the kind of work they let into their spaces. And with trends and tastes constantly evolving, there is the added concern of one’s acquired works of art losing their charm after a short while – and thus calling for another round of investments. That’s where a service like art-on-subscription makes a lot of sense. Not only do such services take away the burden of ownership but also offer the option of refreshing your collection at regular intervals. This means the spaces that stay fresh, vibrant and in-sync with the ever-evolving tastes of the new-age traveller.

“The role of art in helping hotels crack the right vibe is now more important than ever. And given the Millennials’ love for aesthetics, it is something that just can’t be ignored. The real challenge here is to meet the needs of this new-age traveller without disrupting one’s balance sheet. And those who get this right stand to benefit the most.”, says Shakti Swarup Sahu, Co-Founder of Floating Canvas Company, India’s first art-on-subscription service.

While the Millennial travellers’ quest for the right vibe has thrown up a new set of challenges for hoteliers, the right art at the right price may just hold the key to that favourable social media mention, stellar customer review and the elusive repeat visit.

 

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Who is Preetika Chauhan? Everything to know about ‘Savdhaan India’ actress arrested by NCB

Saavdhan India’ actress Preetika Chauhan (30) was among one of the people who got arrested after getting caught buying drugs. Here’s everything about her!

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The Narcotics Control Bureau made two more arrests in the drug supply case on Sunday. ‘Saavdhan India’ actress Preetika Chauhan (30) was among one of the people who got arrested after getting caught for buying drugs red-handed.

Who is Preetika Chauhan?

Preetika Chauhan hails from Karsog, Himachal Pradesh. She is a B.Tech graduate and had made her acting debut with the film Jhamela, which was released in 2016.

She went on to play goddess Shachi in Sankat Mochan Mahabali Hanumaan.

Apart from Sankatmochan Mahabali Hanuman, Preetika Chauhan also had appeared in a few episodes of CID and Savdhaan India. She was also seen as Bhudevi in Star Bharat show Jag Janni Maa Vaishno Devi.

Preetika was last seen as Goddess Parvati in Santoshi Maa – Sunayein Vrat Kathayein. Preetika was also part of the TV show ‘Devon Ke Dev Mahadev’.

The case is in the ongoing investigation in actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. The Bollywood drugs nexus case came to light while a parallel investigation was being carried out by the NCB.

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Only 7% plan on going out to movie theatres in the next 60 days

Results of July, August and October survey by LocalCircles indicate that people continue to stay reluctant in going to theatres and multiplexes due to the Covid-19 scare.

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Even though movie theatres are now open, only 7 per cent people are willing to go to watch a film there in the next 60 days, as per a survey.

Results of July, August and October survey by LocalCircles indicate that people continue to stay reluctant in going to theatres and multiplexes due to the Covid-19 scare.

Cinema halls across the states were allowed to reopen after seven months of the ongoing pandemic induced by the novel coronavirus.

Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka are some of the states where theatres and multiplexes have started to function. Cinema halls remain closed in states like Maharashtra, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Chhattisgarh and many northeastern states.

LocalCircles conducted a survey to know if citizens if plan on visiting movie theatres in the next 2 months. The survey received 8,274 responses from across the country.

In the survey, citizens were asked, “now that the multiplexes and theatres are open in many states and the remaining states will also open them soon, will they be going to watch a movie in the next 60 days?”

However, only 4 per cent said they would go to watch if any new releases come and 3 per cent said they will go regardless of new or old movie. 74 per cent said they will not go while 2 per cent were unsure and 17 per cent said they don’t watch movies in theatre.

LocalCircles had conducted similar surveys during past few months to know how people plan to go out to watch movies when the theatres and multiplexes reopen. In the July survey, 72 per cent consumers had said that they will not go to theatres or multiplexes when they open, keeping the Covid-19 scenario in mind.

This number increased to 77 per cent in August and stands at 74 per cent in October.

Cinema halls claim to have taken various measures to ensure safety, such as sanitisation of their premises and other Covid-19 safety protocols. Among others, some of them have started the movie shows with 50 per cent of the total occupancy, staggered show timings, social distancing, thermal screening, adequate protection gear for the staff, etc.

But all said and done, it looks like people continue to be reluctant in going to a theatre or multiplex in the next 60 days, the survey said.

States that are considering opening multiplexes and cinema halls in the coming weeks may want to consider this consumer feedback and accordingly make their decision.

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2020 lockdowns to drive new forms of automation: Report

Document extraction, robotic process automation (RPA) from anywhere, drones and various employee robots will proliferate.

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The ‘great lockdown of 2020 will make the drive for automation in 2021 both inevitable and irreversible and remote work, new digital muscles and pandemic constraints will create millions of pragmatic automations, according to a new report.

Document extraction, robotic process automation (RPA) from anywhere, drones and various employee robots will proliferate.

“In 2021, up to 30 per cent of organisations will ramp up their focus on quality by better planning and testing automation before deploying it to production or exposing it to employees,” said the Forrester report on automation.

Three times as many information workers will work from home all or most of the time, while many companies will institute hybrid models in which workers come to the office less often.

“As a result of the pandemic, new forms of automation will support one in four remote workers either directly or indirectly by 2022”.

Direct support in the form of giving a bot to individual workers to support their daily journey will be rare.

However, indirect support will blossom, as intelligent automation handles employee benefits questions and supports document, customer service, and line-of-business tasks that are often invisible to the home worker, the findings showed.

Recent rapid growth in the consumer drones industry has sparked momentum in the commercial drone market.

While social distancing is a factor in drone usage, two forces will accelerate adoption in 2021.

“First, governments are crafting better regulations to facilitate drone adoption and commercialization, with Amazon Prime Air gaining FAA approval for drone deliveries and India driving drone pilot training with new policies,” according to the report.

Second, the rapid evolution of computer vision and 5G will enable real-time drone intelligence over ultra-reliable, low-latency communications.

Like machine learning, RPA will become an embedded feature of many platforms by the end of 2021.

“But rushed and haphazard automation exposes systems and the business to serious risk, so the lack of focus on automation quality is alarming, the report warned.

It can lead to monumental failures that not only damage a company’s reputation and customer trust but also limit broader public trust in automation (specifically AI) as a result of media scrutiny, it added.

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