Maximizing Spa Profitability
Next intake: 4 March 2019
Do you understand how both revenues and costs are put together in financial statements and how this data can help you drive results?
Are you comfortable developing revenue management strategies?
How about when you need to prepare and interpret your yearly budgets?
Have you ever worked on a Profit Management Plan?
5 hours / week
To be able to predict and achieve the best possible results in a spa and wellness center
This course focuses on the main tactics and instruments you can use to drive sales, reduce costs and maximize a spa and wellness facility’s bottom line.
Discover the current benchmarks and tools available to evaluate current performance and plan future strategies.
Identify different revenue streams and cost structures in a spa and wellness center
Effectively prepare and Interpret a spa budget.
Apply the most up-to-date profit and loss benchmarks in the industry.
Develop an effective Profit Management Plan
Recognise the possible and most effective revenue management strategies in a spa.
Spa and hotel managers, hotel owners, investors, bankers and anyone with financial or operational responsibility for a spa, or interested in understanding spa performance and profitability.
Pre-requisites: Professional Experience in Hospitality or in a Spa. Bachelor Degree in a Hospitality related degree.
Meet the faculty
Mariana is an experienced spa and wellness expert heading the Glion Wellness to Business center. She has spent the last 10 years in Asia working on various development projects and spa and hotel operations.
Mariana finished a Master of Management in Hospitality from Cornell University in 2007 and moved to Asia to work for the renowned Mandara Spa. As a Project Manager, she has successfully developed and opened multiple spas and wellness resorts. She has been very active in the luxury end of hospitality, focusing on inspiring segments such as: wellness retreats design and development, sustainable growth strategies, and spa training and branding. Mariana has also worked as a General Manager for hotel management companies at leading hotels, such as Peppers Seminyak in Bali and various Mantra Groups properties in Indonesia and in Southeast Asia.
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