Topic: Recovery in Travel & Hospitality: What will it Require? How Will it Happen?
While nearly every segment of the global economy has been affected, the COVID-19 crisis had an early and outsized effect on the travel sector. The coronavirus’ impact on the travel industry does not show any signs of abating and its reach and impact is increasingly variable and hard to predict. Join three leading restructuring practitioners for views on recovery in travel and hospitality as they discuss the types of businesses that are receiving the most interest from investors; how to restructure truly global businesses whose worldwide revenue dried up overnight; and the factors that will drive recovery in this sector as it adjusts to a new normal. Click for the presentation.
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