• Markiting Oberoi
    Marketing Plan Of Oberoi Hotels, NEW DELHI The Oberoi Hotels, India, is representative of the five star brand within the 'ExclusiveBusiness Hotels of the World' group. • The Oberoi properties are renowned for their convenient and strategic locations withinmajor cities throughout the country...
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  • Mr Prs Oberoi
    for both his work and dynamic personality in the world of hospitality. The name may not sound familiar to some but his work; contribution to globally acknowledged hotel chain known as “THE OBEROI GROUP” which, operates 30 hotels and three Cruise-Liners in five countries under the ‘Oberoi’; luxury...
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  • Hotel Industry in India
    group has joined hands with the Sheraton Corporation to strengthen its international marketing base. A successful marketing franchise for almost 25 years now, there are currently 10 ITC - Welcomgroup Sheraton hotels, and more in the pipeline. The Leela Group Founded in 1957 by Capt. C.P. Krishnan...
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  • Trident Hotel
    KAPIL YADAV PGDM- I 2010-2012 DATE: 5 July 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS * AN OVERVIEW OF THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY 5 * ABOUT M.S. OBEROI…………………………………... 7 * GROUP HOTELS………………………………………... 11 * INTRODUCTION………………………………………... 12 * KEY COMPONENTS IN HOTEL INDUSTRY………... 19...
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  • Hilton Hotel Corporation to India
    . According to the Economist Intelligence Unit Ltd “the Oberoi group will use the international brand equity and worldwide marketing resources of the Hilton group but will continue to manage and operate all its properties. The 15-year arrangement between the two hotel chains involves the Oberoi group paying...
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  • Blueprint of Hotels in Bangalore and Their Marketing Mix
    demand is of the order of 1200–1250 rooms—much higher than the supply of 800–850 rooms. At present there are four major players in this segment. . THE OBEROI It is an Oberoi group hotel situated on M.G. Road, right at the heart of the city’s corporate world. The hotel is one of the new...
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  • Training
    personality & improve upon my skills acquired through my academic, post academic and rigorous training. Technical Qualification: * Post graduate Diploma in Hotel Management from Oberoi Centre of Learning & Development. * BA in International Hospitality management from Queen...
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  • Hospitality Industry in India
    Group. Further, hotel chains and even individual hotels have been promoting and marketing their properties in overseas markets. Mr Dubey said the Taj Group's own marketing efforts and the vibrancy of the economy in a peaceful environment have been reasons for this healthy outlook. Occupancy levels...
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  • Industry Analysis of Hotel Industry, India
    Segment 1.4 Budget Segment 1.5 Heritage Hotels 1.6 Others 2. 5 Major Players in Market 3. Profiles of some Major Players 3.1. Indian Hotels Company 3.2.ITC/Sheraton Group 3.3 The Leela Group 3.4 The EIH Ltd. (The Oberoi Group) 3.5 The Ashok Group 4. Porter’s Five Forces Model 4.1 Introduction 4.2...
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  • Hotel Industry
    . | TOPICS | PAGE NO. | 1 | HISTORY & EVOLUTION | 3 | 2 | GROWTH OF INDUSTRY | 4 | 3 | MAJOR MARKET PLAYERS | 5 | 4 | CATEGORY OF PLAYERS | 5 | 5 | ITDC HOTELS | 9 | 6 | HOTEL CORPORATION OF INDIA | 13 | 7 | ITC HOTEL LTD | 14 | 8 | INDIAN HOTEL COMPANY | 17 | 9 | THE OBEROI GROUP | 20...
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  • Oberoi Group of Hotels
    first luxury leisure hotel in India. | 2004 | The Company entered into a strategic alliance for international marketing with Hilton International. All the “Trident” Hotels were re-branded as “Trident Hilton”, and the Oberoi Towers in Mumbai was re-branded as the Hilton Towers. | 2006 | Sub-division...
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    employee to fill out and submit benefits forms on time. COMPANY PROFILE THE OBEROI GROUP OF HOTELS The Oberoi Group of Hotels was founded by Rai Bahadur Mohan Singh Oberoi, the founder chairman in 1934. He was the first Indian hotelier to enter into an agreement with...
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  • The Indian Hospitality Report
    Hampi. * East India Hotels (EIH), which runs the Oberoi hotels, is actively looking to expand in Europe and intends to open three out of its next five hotels outside India even as it continues to see opportunities in the domestic market. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS: INTER FIRM COMPARISON: Sl. NO...
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  • Business Strategy
    Professional Certificate in Hotel Operation from Oberoi Centre of Learning & Development. Work Experience |Name of Company | |Job Profile |Work Exp in Months...
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  • Economic Change
    Marketing strategies and quality management of five star hotels in order to improve its revenue with special reference to selected five star hotels in Mumbai Dr. Suryakant Lasune Assistant Professor, Lala Lajpatrai College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai Email: slasune@yahoo.com ABSTRACT...
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  • Hoteliers
    tailor-made for Sternlicht’s wide-ranging interests in capital markets, operations, marketing and design. Having shaken up the hotel industry’s dynamics through mergers, he contributed a number of other influential innovations. In 1999 he started the popular Starwood Preferred Guest program, credited...
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  • Modul
    Market strategies are more branding during 1980. The hotel industry saw an explosion of brands. Creation of new brands and products a trend that becomes more popular marketing concept in 1980s and remain so today. Large hotel chains assumed that they could creat new markets by launching new...
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  • Blogging
    recreational purposes. These hotels are only luxury oriented. Many of these hotels were palaces which are now turned into hotels like The Oberoi Udaivilas in Udaipur. Role of Blogging in Hotel Industry The hotels these days are not just a place to stay or eat but it is a place where...
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  • Swot
    move closer to the classy image of its competitors, Taj Bengal and Oberoi. The recategorization was another feather in the cap for the hotel, coming after its selection in May 1998 as a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World1. The top management of the hotel sought such recognition to...
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  • Indian Hotel Industry
    alliance with Hilton, US EIH has a strategic alliance with Hilton International, UK (now Hilton Corporation, US) for marketing of group properties in India, co-branding Trident Hotels (held through associate company EIH Associated and Indus Hotels) as 'Trident Hilton' and re-branding the Oberoi...
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