Issues

Current Edition

Europe Q3/Q4 2019

The latest issue of RCI Ventures magazine for the EMEA region turns the spotlight on the business of resort entertainment, with a lead feature that looks at a number of resorts with their fingers on the pulse when it comes to selling authentic entertainment and amenities to satisfy and delight resort guests. This issue also meets Olivier Chavy, president, and Paul Mulcahy, managing director EMEA, who joined RCI Exchanges earlier this year, and discuss their plans for shaping the company’s future and its portfolio of brands. You can also read a market report on Egypt and Turkey, meet three key women in the industry, learn more out about the latest trends – including the use of physical robots and AI in the hospitality industry – emerging key markets, and more.

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Archives

US & Canada Q3 2015

Over the last 40-plus years, we have gone through some radical transformations in the timeshare industry. We’ve accomplished so much in the past; however, it’s always important to think about the future. The “mobile first” world we live in affects all aspects of our business, from the sales process to communicating with guests while on […]

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US & Canada Q2 2015

There are countless ways to create, maintain, and even strengthen a deep connection with timeshare owners – during the sales process and beyond. In this issue of RCI Ventures® magazine, we explore some of these exciting opportunities. These solutions and services are driving results and helping RCI affiliates provide their owners and guests with unmatched […]

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US & Canada Q1 2015

In this issue of RCI Ventures® magazine, there is a prevalent theme of “change” and how change relates to travelers and traveling. Just as change is inevitable, so too is our ability, as an industry, to continue to evolve, enhance and promote the resort-vacation experience.

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US & Canada Q4 2014

In this issue of RCI Ventures® magazine, there is a prevalent theme of “change” and how change relates to travelers and traveling. Just as change is inevitable, so too is our ability, as an industry, to continue to evolve, enhance and promote the resort-vacation experience.

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