BEONx and ThePower Business School team up to take the hospitality industry to the next level

BEONx and ThePower Business School team up to take the hospitality industry to the next level

Both companies announce the launch of a joint programme to push for industry transformation

BEONx and ThePower Business School have announced the launch of a new formative programme.

In its mission to empower the industry towards sustainable profitability and consider all aspects of the customer experience, BEONx has partnered with the business school to train its team and promote change from within the organisation. 

The programme, which will be co-created by both companies, aims to evolve, digitally transform, innovate and be socially responsible.

The training proposal will follow the exiting model of ThePower Business School: learning from real-world references, with 15-minute classes where and when you want and living the true experience of a business school. 

It will also enable members to be part of a community of more than 100K students, and participate in hundreds of networking events, both physical and virtual, all over the world.

 “We have spent years planning a change in the industry as the one that we are promoting, and for this, it was crucial that we do so in conjunction with a partner like ThePower Business School,” said Rubén Sánchez, chief executive and founder of BEONx.

“It is the perfect alliance to drive changes in the sector and share our message and knowledge about the hospitality sector of the future”, Rafael Gozalo, co-chief executive and co-founder of ThePower Business School, added. 

"Together, we will not only provide a solution for the hotel industry, but also promote and advocate for genuine change within the organisation. And what better way to accomplish this than through a continuous training programme in which not only our experts and partners, but also our clients, participate? 

“Adopting a digital business mindset in an effort to create a more responsible, sustainable, and people-focused corporate culture is nothing short of the perfect formula for maximising 'human capital'

“In conclusion, an actionable upskilling and reskilling of the workforce that seeks to transform training from a static, one-time process to an ongoing, continuously improving process of key skills and best practices".