PRLog (Press Release)
- Aug. 6, 2012 -
On the anniversary of its founding, Atlantico Hotel Advisors today paid tribute to a better way forward for hospitality consulting: “Consulting that’s Innovative.”
This highlights the company's business model, philosophy and pricing structure that were conceived around the new world economic order. “Since our inception, we have measured success only by our clients’ final outcomes; when our deliverables are right, then the outcomes are always positive,” said Zachary Schwartz, Principal of Atlantico Hotel Advisors. (http://www.atlanticoha.com
The core philosophy is based on three areas of consulting innovation: new deliverables, better network and fairer pricing. The concept of “Innovative Deliverables”
stems from Atlantico’s refreshingly clear and concise reports and presentations, designed for the audiences who rely on them. The company presents a client PowerPoint in addition to the written report, and there is an actual working copy of the firm’s financial model also included. This is totally unique in the marketplace and something the Principals firmly believe to be their competitive advantage. “We don’t just produce one written report for the client and call it a day; we also present and share our model because we don’t see the need for unnecessary firewalls,” continues Mr. Schwartz.
Atlantico also puts a firm focus on leveraging its “Innovative Network,” which comprises links to the industry’s most respected players. “Our company name stems from our personal historic involvement with North America, and our ability to bring these US brands to the table really sets our consultancy apart in Europe and Africa.” The consulting differentiation continues with the firm’s “Innovative Pricing” alternatives. Atlantico’s low corporate overheads and a no-frills attitude enable it to to operate leanly and pass savings on to clients. “We offer gross fee pricing options, which shifts pricing risk back to us; we also have special perks for existing clients such as one day, zero-fee site visits,” concludes Mr. Schwartz.