**I am confident that the business models of the hotels ARE NOT suited for today's networked economy (beginning premise).**What would my Null hypothesis be?

Ho1: The business models in the hotel industry

**are suited**for the current economy OR

Ho2: The business models in the hotel industry

**are NOT suited**for the current economy.

I understand that NULL hypothesis is the devils advocate so technically the Ho2 should be the NULL hypothesis.....but as I mentioned - my expectation to begin with was that Business Models ARE NOT suited for the networked economy,....so the devil's advocate in this case would be that the hotel's Business Models ARE SUITED for the networked economy.

Here is the rub - my data proves me correct. From a sample of 212 hotels majority of the hotels business models ARE NOT suited for the networked economy. The P value of the majority of the tests are BELOW .05 i.e. P<.05 hence we REJECT the NULL Hypothesis. But if the NULL Hypothesis is Ho2- than I am rejecting What the Data is saying. Hence, can Ho1 be the NULL hypothesis. Please review what I have stated carefully. The obvious choice may seem Ho2 - but that would throw everything into a quandary. Any help here is appreciated very much.

Thank you.