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Fabian is the Founder of Infinito, Home to IVI - your very own virtual revenue management assistant.

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Mixed martial arts is a sport that’s all about full-contact combat, and takes place in a modified boxing ring (or a cage, for goodness’ sake).

“Netflix” your Revenue Culture

One thing I remember vividly is that every Friday night was family movie night at home. My parents received a weekly "TV program magazine" - every Thursday. Whilst it had some stories about god-knows-what

2019 Predictions - Blockchain Will Not Be A Buzzword But Will Change Our Life (Part 5)

Blockchain was one of the hypes in 2017 but turned sour in 2018 for most: prices crashing, most ICOs were scams, no SEC approval, and so on. You could argue an 80%+ drop from its high in December 2017

RM 4.0 – What Teenage Years And Revenue Management Have in Common

One of the common stereotypes of adolescence is the rebellious wild teen continually at odds with mom and dad. You are going through changes, you at times think you are better than you really are, at other

Revenue Management 4.0 - Embrace the Citizen Data Scientist (Part 4)

In 2018 we saw a lot of "revenue management" Softwares coming into the market. Well, let's say a lot of software providers started to use the term Revenue Management very loosely to fit in with the current

The Dawn Of The Virtual Assistant. Part 3

We call them Siri (Speech Interpretation and Recognition Interface), Google Assistant (no name needed (intentionally as I believe), Bixby, Viv, Clova, Alice, Alexa or Cortana (yup, that's the Microsoft

2019 Predictions — The Digital Native (Part 2)

Part 1 of my predictions was all about the Birth of a new socializing and how we find reasons to create our own 2nd life and escape the reality as we know it even if it just for a few minutes. This post

What Tinder and Hospitality Distribution Have in Common?

First things first: for those who don't have a clue what Tinder is: Tinder has made about 20 billion matches to date and has made dating relatively simple, or at least the first step. It doesn't ask for

2019 Predictions - A Year to Remember: Part 1

You could argue 2018 was a confusing year. We've seen new entrants into the market, a lot of buzzwords beaten to a pulp and predictions previously done for 2018 fell short. This doesn't mean nothing happened

2019 Community Predictions

It is with no surprise that the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019 are dominated with the best ever and wildest predictions for the upcoming year. So much so that it feels like we are getting drawn