Category Industry Insights

Online MBA student, Girish Sehgal, organises the launch of the Falaknuma Festival, India

On February 4th, The Taj Falaknuma Palace saw a spectacular evening when HH Princess Esra along with The Taj Group of Hotels unveiled the ‘Falaknuma Festival’- an orchestra of the best of everything – recreating the romance of princely India with customized experiences and a range of bespoke unforgettable moments. Online GIHE MBA student, Girish Sehgal who is also the General Manager of Taj Falaknuma Palace  said “The Falaknuma Festival recreates

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Are you ready to cloud your private data?

  2013 marked the official launch of the clouding service offered by telecom companies and other major hardware and software providers. Smart marketing campaigns have been launched to try and convince users of the benefits of reaching any files, from anywhere. Such a nice promise, clouding could be the solution to accessing your data from your laptop or your mobile device without having to worry about storage capacity limitations. And

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Where are your communication priorities?

I remember well the massive advertising campaigns conducted by the majors operators in the 90’s. They stated how telephones, laptops computers and other smart tools would change our lives; how easy and fast we would be able to communicate with our colleagues, clients and how convenient it would be for reporting, at all levels. Within a decade, the number of users went through the roof, antennas were installed in all

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The Internship Book Part 5

Internships for Event, Sport and Entertainment Students By Jacquie Lutz Events, Sports and Entertainment (ESE) students, like their hospitality counterparts, are required to do two internships, in their third and fifth semesters. Unlike hospitality students, ESE students find internships in many varied and diverse organisations and businesses, both large and small, both corporate and non-corporate. From International Sports’ Federations to local clubs, from the Olympic Games to Event companies in

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I have a dream (…for Human Resources Managers)

I have a dream when Human Resources managers will start to come with new solutions. Since the 80’s, there has been a new addition to executive board meetings, providing direction and guidelines on how to drive our forces in and out of the office, how to develop new programs to guarantee higher employee retention, and how to prepare anyone who has potential to advance to the next level. This member

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