HOSCO creates social network for hotel and hospitality students

By Linda Fox

TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring Switzerland-based HOSCO, a business social network for students in hotel schools and hospitality companies.

Who and what are you (including personnel and backgrounds)?
HOSCO is a new innovative online community developed by Hospitality Connection Sàrl, which brings together students from top-ranked hotel schools and hospitality companies worldwide.

What problem are you trying to solve?
Based on our experience as alumni of a hotel school and then as professionals of the hospitality industry, we were convinced that today’s technology and trends should be applied to create a truly efficient and user-friendly neutral meeting point for hospitality students, schools and companies.
There should be a place where hospitality players gain visibility and are able to meet, interact and share information.

Describe the business, core products and services?
Through the platform, employers save time and money recruiting talents that best fit their needs and company values and who are committed to developing a career with them.

What is the business AND revenue model, strategy for profitability?
No revenue is generated from students or hotel schools. In addition, any hospitality related company can register on the platform at no cost with a standard package and basic profile. This enables them to gain exposure and receive spontaneous applications from students at no cost.

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Posted on November 2, 2011, in Hospitality Digital Marketing Services and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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