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InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), marketed as IHG Hotels and Resorts, is a British multinational hotel Services Company headquartered in Denham, Buckinghamshire, England. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is part of the FTSE 100 index. The company’s global headquarters and European offices are located in Denham, Buckinghamshire, England. IHG has regional offices in Atlanta, Singapore and Shanghai.

 In 2012, IHG owned more than 5,400 hotels, of which 4,433 are franchised, 907 are company-managed but separately owned hotels, and eight are directly owned. As of  March 31, 2019, IHG has 842,759  rooms and 5,656 hotels in nearly 100 countries. They manage hotels in three different ways – as franchisors, managers and as owners and tenants. Focusing on the mainstream, premium and luxury segments of the hospitality industry, they have a targeted portfolio of brands  tailored to customer needs and events.

About Company

Juan Trippe, the founder of Pan American Airways, founded the American Intercontinental Hotels chain as a subsidiary of Pan Am in 1946 and operated his first hotel in Belém, Brazil. On August 19, 1981, Pan Am’s holding company sold Inter-Continental Hotels Corporation (IHC) to UK-based Grand Metropolitan for $500 million.

 As Grand Met focused on its core business and expanded into fast food by purchasing Burger King, it sold IHC to Japan’s Saison Group in 1988. In March 1998, Saison Group sold IHC to British brewer Bass. At 2000, Bass sold its brewing assets (and the rights to the Bass name) to Belgian brewer Interbrew for £2.3 billion and renamed it Six Continents. In 2003, the independent company InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) was created when Six Continents split into two companies, with Mitchells and Butlers taking control of the restaurant assets, while IHG focused on hotels and soft drinks.

IHG owned the Britvic soft drinks division until December 2005, when it sold its stake in the company in an initial public offering. In 1988, when the British government limited the number of pubs directly owned by brewers, Bass continued to invest in expanding his hotel business, including buying it from shareholders Holiday Inn International.

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The company’s drive to deliver high-quality, industry-leading net room growth remains unchanged, driven by continued investment in  guest and owner enhancement and the reach of its brands  in high-value markets. In the long term,  disciplined execution contributes to continued growth in cash flow and profits that can be reinvested in your business and returned to shareholders. What has evolved is how they act against their strategy,  what they prioritize, how they promote behaviour and the purpose that drives them.

 By listening to stakeholders, they assessed what was most important not only to IHG’s growth, but also to growth, taking into account everything they had learned from dealing with Covid-19 and planning for a strong recovery over time. Their evolved priorities put their brand at the centre of their business and  owners and guests at the centre of their thinking. They recognize the critical role of a sophisticated and well-invested digital approach to ensure they meet their growing responsibility to care for their people and positively impact communities and the planet.

They manage the System Fund for the benefit of all hotels in the IHG® system with the aim of increasing revenue. Total ratings and fees paid by hotels to the fund are used for marketing, the IHG® One Rewards loyalty program and the guest reservation system. The scheme fund is designed to operate at a break-even point and does not make a profit or loss for IHG. Fees and charges paid by hotels to the System Fund totalled $928 million in 2021.

Their focus on an asset-efficient business model is supported by a disciplined, long-term approach to deploying capital and reducing the company’s asset intensity. They strive to maintain an efficient balance sheet and investment creditworthiness. Their business is very cash-intensive, and that money has three main uses: investing in the business to accelerate growth; maintain sustainable growth with a regular dividend; and return surpluses to shareholders. Since 2003, we have returned approximately $13.6 billion to shareholders.

How To Apply For Jobs

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