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Revenue management workshop for hospitality industry at IIMT Gurgaon

education Updated: May 11, 2011 12:11 IST
Hindustan Times

Revenue management workshop for hospitality industry at IIMT Gurgaon
Oxford Brookes University and Institute for International Management and Technology is conducting a three day workshop on Revenue Management from May 19 to 21 at Hotel Leela Kempinski. This initiative is an effort by IIMT to foray into executive education.

The workshop will focus on revenue optimisation strategy, pricing mechanisms, implementation of strategic revenue management, how to effectively influence teams towards strategic revenue management. The workshop would also discuss business and market intelligence and help the participants to forecast and apply the principles of yield management. It will be conducted by IIMT Gurgaon and is being delivered by Kate Varini, senior lecturer at Oxford Brookes University, who has delivered a range of Revenue Management workshops at France, Switzerland and IMHI, Paris. Some of the key hotels participating are:

Radisson Blu, Park Plaza, Sarovar Hotels, Fortune Hotels.
90 students to participate in Infosys workshop
Duke University, US, is offering just that for the students of Class 7 in India. As part of Duke University's Talent Identification Programme (TIP), 90 of the brightest students have been identified and invited for a 21-day workshop at Infosys, Mysore.

From this year on, Duke University has partnered with Educational Initiatives (EI), Ahmedabad, where EI shares the scores of ASSET as the first screening process. The top one percent of the students of Class 7 is then invited to write an above-level test. Students who qualify are invited to be a part of the 21-day long residential workshop.
The Duke TIP programme is the university's initiative to reach out to the best of the brains in the country.

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