Boost your hotel career with multimedia: Hospitality Leaders launches its own messenger app – Chat, audio news, video call for free
Hong Kong – 7 July 2017 –
Social recruiting and networking are on the horizon: Now Hospitality Leaders, the world’s leading career network for hotel and gastronomy, is launching its own Messenger app with numerous functions. The communication tool allows members of Hospitality Leaders to chat with each other, send voice messages, and also make calls (audio & video).
HL Messenger app on iTunes
Hospitality Leaders Community App at iTunes
Hospitality Leaders Community app on Google Play (Android)
“Our own Messenger app is a very useful addition to our innovative industry communication tools,” said Ralf Borchers, CEO of Hospitality Leaders. The community is already equipped with an internal intercom system for rapid message transfer. The Messenger app can now be used independently from the business network – from member to member. Download and use are free of charge. The only requirement is a membership of Hospitality Leaders; The free registration e.g. with an existing profile on Facebook, Ding, LinkedIn or Google+ will be done in minutes.
In addition, the multilingualism of Hospitality Leaders was expanded, in addition to German, English and French also in Spanish, Portuguese and Italian. The extensive, updated media offer of background news and market analyzes is available in German and English; and can be automatically translated into almost any other language via Google Translate.
Hospitality Leaders is further expanding the technological leadership position as a career network. Soon, a highly innovative tool for video application interviews – with automatic face recognition and analysis – will be available. In addition, the growing e-learning sector in the hotel industry is growing.
More and more members are using Hospitality Leaders to advance their careers in the hospitality sector: They are applying for their profile by clicking on interesting new job offers. Others publish their observations and thoughts on the further development of the hospitality business.