Hoiana CEO Steve Wolstenholme How are Hoiana’s operations different before and during the ongoing pandemic, and what is the timeline for completion of the property? COVID-19 has presented unprecedented challenges, and tourism has been one of the industries that got hit the hardest by the pandemic. We all have seen tourism revenues fall sharply in the first half of the year. As we continue to navigate this, everyone must evolve and adapt to the new normal. Despite the situation, we pushed to open in June. We believe Hoiana’s opening has sent a positive signal to the industry and instilled confidence in other investors and developers to continue working in Vietnam. But the pandemic has certainly changed our planning and especially the way we conduct our business. We decided to introduce our facilities in phases in response to the decline in tourist arrivals into central Vietnam. We have also changed our sales and marketing strategy to focus solely on the domestic market. Hoiana has also been enhancing its health and safety protocols, following the guidance of the World Health Organization and local governments. Our Standard Operating Procedures now include frequent deep cleaning of all public areas, employees wearing masks during service,… Read full this story
- Daily new COVID-19 cases, deaths showing declining trend but no room for laxity: Govt
- Coronavirus update | Government says recovered COVID-19 patients may face health issues
- VIETNAM'S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES AUGUST 26
- Coronavirus live updates: Weekly jobless claims drop below 1 million
- Coronavirus live updates: Bay Area enters crucial trial phase for 2 promising vaccines
- Coronavirus news from the Bay Area: August 11-12
Positive signals for recovery of tourism have 281 words, post on www.vir.com.vn at September 14, 2020. This is cached page on Talk Vietnam. If you want remove this page, please contact us.