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Future-proofing hotels

Hotels are back on their feet again after a 2-year lull, but how can they future-proof themselves against present and future threats including labour shortages, supply chain disruptions, climate change and even new pandemics?  

Andreas Lorenz
Published Sat, Sep 10, 2022 · 05:50 AM

THERE’S been a flurry of news lately pointing to potentially better days ahead for hotels in Singapore. Allowing non-fully vaccinated travellers entering the city-state to skip quarantine, reopening Changi Airport’s Terminal 4 after 2 years of hibernation, and starting work on a fifth air terminal that will not only be one of the largest of its kind in the world but also one that’s pandemic-proof, are among the things that ought to keep hotels busy for some time to come.

Hotels are already back on their feet with …

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