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Scandic has been named the most attractive employer in the Nordic hotel industry according to a survey conducted by Universum. Universum Global’s annual ranking of the most attractive employers is based on responses from 36,000 students in Norway, Finland, Denmark and Sweden.
The value of a more effective meeting culture has long been known, but it is only this year that the industry is seeing a long-awaited change to make meetings better and more productive. Through certified meeting advisors, technical solutions, creative exercises and healthy food, Scandic’s new meeting concept aims to change the way 10,000 customers plan and conduct meetings.
The largest loyalty program in the Nordic hotel industry, Scandic Friends, is celebrating its two millionth member, Ragnhild Fryd Johnsen from Bergen, who took the loyalty program to a new level. When she arrived at Scandic Sjølyst in Oslo, she was surprised by the staff and became the first guest to receive a lifetime “Top floor by invitation”, the highest membership level with selected benefits.
Magnus Berglund, Director of Accessibility at Scandic Hotels, will participate in the 3rd International Congress on Ethics and Tourism from April 27 to 28, 2017 in Krakow, Poland. As part of the theme “Tourism for All,” Magnus will present Scandic’s successful accessibility program.
Scandic Hotels, the leading hotel company in the Nordic countries, has signed an agreement with Swedavia regarding the operation of a new hotel at Landvetter Airport in Gothenburg. The hotel will be Scandic’s ninth airport hotel in the Nordic region and is expected to be completed in 2020.
Scandic Hotels is deepening its cooperation with Save the Children by donating SEK 1 million to Save the Children’s initiatives to aid child refugees in the Nordic countries and Germany. The cooperation is a part of Scandic’s long-term work to promote diversity and inclusion in society.
Scandic Berlin Kurfürstendamm has been awarded with the Green Globe certificate for its sustainability initiatives, bringing the number of Scandic hotels in Germany with the designation to three.
Employees today spend about 30 percent of their working time in meetings.* Creating a positive and effective meeting culture is consequently becoming increasingly business-critical for companies. This is why Scandic is now investing significantly in its meetings offering in the Nordic countries and Europe.
Every year, the prestigious lifestyle magazine Wallpaper Magazine elects the best hotel in the world in their award Best Urban Hotel. This year, Haymarket by Scandic is the only hotel in the Nordics that is nominated and the winner will be announced in November. The jury consist of chosen globetrotters from all over the world.
Scandic is the largest hotel company in the Nordic region with 15,0000 team members and a network of close to 230 hotels with about 44,000 hotel rooms in operation and under development. Scandic Friends is the biggest loyalty program in the Nordic hotel sector with 2 million members. Corporate responsibility has always been a part of... Show more
Scandic is the largest hotel company in the Nordic region with 15,0000 team members and a network of close to 230 hotels with about 44,000 hotel rooms in operation and under development. Scandic Friends is the biggest loyalty program in the Nordic hotel sector with 2 million members. Corporate responsibility has always been a part of Scandic’s DNA and Scandic has been named Best Hotel Brand in the Nordic countries (BDRC). Since December 2, 2015, Scandic has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. www.scandichotelsgroup.com