BON Hotels: Success of business amidst Covid-19 pandemic

Nigeria’s leading stakeholder in the hospitality business, the management of BON Hotels are obviously not resting on their oars to remodel, re-strategize, and expand their reach for efficiency and ultimately to meet the demands and satisfaction of their customers despite the challenges of the deadly Covid-19 pandemic which took a heavy toll on every aspect of human endeavours across the globe.
As a focused, unique and dynamic brand, BON is sticking professionally to the fundamentals of the hospitality which is all about growth, service delivery and innovations in tandem with international best practice and impressively with the right and progressive management team and courteous and dedicated members of staff.
While sharing experiences recently at a forum to effectively drive the organization’s plans and interventions in business in the current post covid-19 era, the Management of BON Hotels disclosed that, ‘’As the world gradually match towards the post Covid-19 Pandemic era, the management of BON Hotels have re-strategized to maintain professionalism and continuity in business.’’
Continuing, the management said, ‘‘While 14 BON Hotels in Nigeria were fully operational throughout the critical period of the pandemic without downsizing their staff strength, it is far more interesting to know that the Management of BON Hotels in Nigeria are grossly determined to pursue real growth in the as they have continued to expand, taking into account the ongoing of about 20 new BON Hotels across Nigeria, out of which 18 will be fully operational before the end of the year 2021, in the following cities and towns, namely; Lagos, , Harcourt, Warri, Kano, Yola, Kaduna, Ibadan, Akure, Ekiti, Aba, Owerri, Umuahia, Oguta, Asaba, Awka, and Uyo. Admittedly, this is True Nigerian Commitment by BON Hotels Owners!!!

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