International Conference on “Emerging Trends in Revenue Management in Service Industry” at AIMS Institutes

The conference aims to highlight the role of educational institutions in developing strategies for revenue management and create a platform for industry-academia partnership.

Bangalore, India, January 21, 2016 --( AIMS Institutes, Peenya, one of the premier institutions for higher education in India, has lately been at the forefront of taking education beyond the prescribed curriculum. The institution, whose principal objectives include instilling entrepreneurial spirit and research culture among its students, is leaving no stone unturned to make education holistic and meet practical ends.

Continuing in the tradition that it has established for itself in the recent years, AIMS Institutes now is all set to organize an international conference on “Emerging Trends in Revenue Management in Service Industry”. What makes the conference special and bears testimony to its global outlook is the fact that it is being organized in association with the prestigious Hotelschool the Hague, Netherlands - among top 5 schools in the world for hospitality. The first-of-its-kind conference will be held at AIMS campus in Peenya on the 12th and 13th of February, 2016.

The conference is envisaged with clear objectives in mind. Considering the rapid pace with which the service sector in India is growing at present, it becomes imperative for anyone associated with the domain to gain an insight into the new trends and practices in revenue management practiced in the service sector globally. Moreover, as the academics today is becoming increasingly interdisciplinary, reputable institutions like AIMS are required to take up on themselves the responsibility of providing a common platform for professionals from various sectors to interact and deliberate on various concepts and issues related to revenue management. The conference aims to integrate some of the best minds from the Hospitality, Tourism, Business Management, Information Technology, Telecom, Banking, Healthcare and Education sectors. In addition, the conference also aspires to encourage research-oriented approach to revenue and yield management concept from the perspective of Indian service industries.

The star-studded panels that are going to be the centre of attraction in the conference have been carefully constituted to match the lofty goals the conference has set for itself. The list of eminent speakers for the occasion itself comprises of international luminaries such as, Prof. Thimme Gowda, Vice Chancellor, Bangalore University; Dr. Susanne Stolte, President, Hotelschool The Hauge: Dr. Dzintra Atstaja, Professor, BA School of Business and Finance, Riga, Europe; Ms. Aija Rantina, Senior Project Manager, BA School of Business and Finance, Riga and Dr. Denisa Abrudan, West University of Timisoara, Romania. The Hotelschool the Hague is going to be represented by such accomplished personalities as Ms. Susanne Stolte, President, Board of Directors; Ms. Fabienne Baart, Director of Learning & Development; and Mr. Ajay Kapur, Head of Marketing. Similarly, the eminent speakers from the corporate are all very well-known names that include Mr. P. Thiruvengadam, Ex. Senior Director, Deloitte; Ms. Archana Singh, General Manager, Training and Development, Ashoka Leyland; Mr. P. K. Mohan Kumar, Hospitality Service Consultant, Ozone Group; Mr. Ajit Chakravarti (IIM-C), Ex. President and CEO of Ashok Leyland Information Technology; Mr. Sanjeev Sukumaran, CEO, Force Fulcrum Solutions Pvt. Ltd; Mr. Sami Ulla, CEO, Manipal Academy of Health & Educaion [MAHE]; Dr. Kshama Bhatia, Joint MD, Vinpack India; Mr. P. K. Venkataraghava, AVP & Delivery Partner, Mind Tree; Mr. Jaikrishnan G., KPMG, Associate Director, Strategy and Operations, BFSI; and Mr. Pranav Kumar, Digital Transformation Consultant, Infosys. Apart for the personalities mentioned above the conference also figures eleven more resource persons from variety of sectors taking part in it.

The conference which promises to be a treat to the knowledge-hungry has many technical sessions that are designed around four major ideas namely, strategies and trends practiced in the Indian and global service sector for revenue optimization, importance of ethics and values in revenue management in the service sector, role of educational institutions in developing strategies for revenue management in service sector, and importance of multiple strategies and approaches to revenue management. The sub themes of the conference cover as many as thirty different areas/topics that need great academic and expert attention.

The conference is open to all that are interested and AIMS Institutes offers special invitation to professionals, faculty members and students concerned with the sectors of Business Management, Hospitality, Information Technology, Telecom, Banking, Commerce, Healthcare and Tourism. Freelancers and entrepreneurs in the service sector are cordially invited too. For more information on the conference and the details of registration fees applicable, visit the conference website
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Ravi Jaiswal
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