It was the end of a deep transformation that lasted six years and gave birth to a new Accor: a global giant, at the head of more than 5,036 hotels (739,537 rooms) that the group mainly operates, but whose he no longer owns the walls or the goodwill.
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The results of 2019 confirm, according to Sébastien Bazin, the strength of the model. "The group is once again posting record results," welcomes the CEO. More diverse than ever and fully “asset light” (without owning a hotel, editor's note), Accor is continuing to implement its strategy and is focusing on executing its roadmap and creating value. ” Net profit reached 464 million euros, for a turnover of 4 billion (+ 16% and 3.8% on a comparable basis).
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Last year, the fires in Australia led the group to an impairment of assets of 150 million euros; protests in Hong Kong and trade tensions between the United States and China have
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