Food service & hospitality are vital to setting up an attractive meeting place. If you present a concept that stands out, that is full of hospitality, retail and services, people are offered an entirely different experience. And that experience is important to recruiting customers and employees and get them to commit to your organisation. Our mission is not successful until we can offer a balanced concept. We passionately seek out the optimum balance between inspiring and lucrative concepts. Always with a clear identity that matches the customer’s DNA. To explain the difference, we use the ‘area, building, user’ model.
Area – The area in which our customer operates can be a bustling inner city, a high traffic location, a business district, a university campus, or a healthcare boulevard, but it can also be an area under development, such as a coastal strip or natural landscape. The area provides the context and in part determines how successful a concept will be.
Building – The building in which people spend time can be a hospitality site, a (shared) office building, a college or university, a hospital, a cultural temple, or even a ferry or leisure centre. The building and the way in which it is used have an impact on how successful a concept will be.
User – The end users in the space are guests, employees, students, businesspeople, tourists, patients or neighbours. Each of them experiences the hospitality and services that are offered in a different way that matches the characteristics of the target group. This way, the user is the one who decides how successful a concept will be in the end.
HTC Advies’s customers vary from entrepreneurs to government organisations.
The markets in which we operate:
- Business community
- Real estate