Free Hotel Consultancy Offered During Covid19

USA, Miami, Florida. April 06, 2020

Hello to all of our Colleagues across the globe,

At Amek Group we truly understand the impact that this pandemic has brought to our hospitality world and perceive the repercussion that these are having on our people, our guests and our owners.

As our hospitality community works through the large impact that the COVID-19 has brought to our operations, as of March 26 Amek Group wants you to know that we are ready to work and support you shoulder to shoulder with free 15 minutes on-call professional contingency advisory, offering guidance to all independent and franchise hoteliers seeking support and perspective during the effects of Covid-19.

For scheduling, please email us to: info@amekgroup.com, complete our online contact form or simply chat with us from Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm EST at amekgroup.com

We are here with you, because we are stronger together and our industry will come out stronger once these events have passed. Contact us today at info@amekgroup.com to learn how we can help.

#StrongerTogether #WeKeepHelping

Luis Gallotti

Cofounder & Director of Amek Group

Member of Cayuga Hospitality Consultants

https://cayugahospitality.com/consultants/luis-gallotti/


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