Customer expectations have changed. Technology can help businesses in the hospitality industry stay ahead of the competition, save time and money, and increase client satisfaction. Read more
In the hospitality space, customer experience is everything. And in 2019 the increasing standard of living, high disposable income and a hunger for perfection has given the luxury hotel industry a list of high expectations to be met. Read more
BARE International was born from the need for mystery customer research at the national and global level. Today, we set the industry standard as the largest independent provider of customer experience research, data, and analytics for companies worldwide. Read more
The luxury hotel space is competitive but players are stepping up to the plate to keep up with rapidly evolving consumer demands. Read more
Due to a strong economy, global consumer purchasing power and digital innovation, 2019 has brought the opportunity to engage with your audience using all the latest technological trends. Read more
It’s the most wonderful time of the year in my household. Why?
Baseball fans are gearing up for an exciting new season. Basketball, hockey and soccer fans are cheering their teams on to playoffs and championships. Football fans are counting the days to preseason and fantasy drafts. Whether mainstream or one of many other popular sports, fan loyalty and enthusiasm around the world are stronger than ever.
So why has attendance at stadiums and arenas been declining?
‘BARE was founded in 1987 by Dale Bare and Michael Bare. At the time, Dale had her own public relations and marketing business and Mike was a regional director for a chain of Mexican restaurants.
Today, the company provides services for 4,500 clients in the following industries: financial, retail, automobile, health and wellness, housing, restaurant, mailing services, transportation, country club, hotel and resort and casino.‘ BARE shares an interview with CEO Dale Bare by Mystery Shopper Magazine.
MSM talks with Dale Bare, CEO and Co-Founder of Bare International:
‘Team members must be “people persons.” In the hospitality industry, we are always interacting, whether it’s with co-workers, guests, or vendors. If we cannot do our job with a spirit of hospitality, executing genuine guest service, we will fail our team and our guests.‘ BARE shares an article by Larry Stuart for Forbes on “Hiring The Spirit Of Hospitality.”
‘Herb Kelleher passed away a few weeks ago, and it is a significant loss to those of us who knew him. There was a magic about what he did as founder and CEO at Southwest Airlines. But he would be the first to tell you that what they have done there can be replicated anywhere. It starts at the top, with a leader who hires the right people people and then lets them be who they are.