Stunning images shared on social media have become a powerful force for travelers and hotels
Hospitality brands in Japan are moving overseas in a bid for growth at home.
As more people flock to Europe’s big cities, they all need somewhere to live yet affordable housing is thin on the ground. How are different governments dealing with the growing issue?
Japan is gearing up to display its resurgent tech prowess
Shopping centers—a symbol of the localeconomy—are startingto struggle. There are vacant spaces in the buildings, and they are a mere shadow of what once used to be the busy “No. 1 place to shop in the area.”
Cities with the highest percentage of university graduates are increasingly on the radar of companies and investors.
While there are many luxury hotels in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto, more local governments outside of major cities are working on attracting luxury hotels by themselves. They recruit advisors from the public and look for ways to invite hotels. The expectations pinned on hotels to become a core hub for the urban development seems to be higher than we expected.
Today’s hotels are making it easier and more appealing to exercise away when away from home than ever before.
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The latest research in JLL’s award-winning Cities Research Programme quantifies Innovation and Talent strengths of over 100 cities globally
According to the Tankan Survey in March, the business sentiment of large manufacturers was 12 points, 7 points lower in comparison to the previous survey in December, reflecting a deceleration in overseas economies.
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