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OMICS Group Conferences: Membership

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One of the central values of OMICS Group as an organizer of over 50 conferences a year is that, membership for the conferences is free to all of those who wish to participate. Our conferences will reflect an inter-proficient and International outlook across all phases of scientific community.

speaker 01

Byram Anand

Businesses have begun to address society’s "new" concerns. Some businesses have been quick to accept concepts like environmental management systems and waste minimization, and have integrated environmental issues into all organizational activities.

  India

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speaker 02

P. Kishore Kumar

P. Kishore kumar is a research scholar at Pondicherry University. He has attended two international conferences. His main research area is Green Marketing. He has published two papers in national journals.

  India

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speaker 03

Pascal Gantenbein

Based on a proprietary database of 967 Swiss start-up companies, 531 venture capital investors and 1,138 early-stage financing transactions we find that between 1999 and 2009, over CHF 4.5bn had been invested in Swiss early-stage firms.

   Switzerland

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speaker 04

K. Thirumaran

Recent downturns pose challenges to many industries and businesses are constantly searching for ways to improve and stabilize their returns.

  Australia

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sl session speaker vanue time
01 Customer awareness on green marketing Byram Anand, Pondicherry University, India 3rd Hall Room 10.00 AM
02 Breakfast and rest N/A 3rd Hall Room 11.00 AM
03 Environmental consciousness of customers with special reference to hotel and lodging services in Hyderabad P. Kishore Kumar, Pondicherry University, India 3rd Hall Room 11.30 AM
04 The industrial and regional patterns of startup financing transactions Pascal Gantenbein, University of Basel, Switzerland 3rd Hall Room 12.00 AM
05 The role of chettinad cuisine in promoting tourism in Tamilnadu M.K.Ganesh, National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management, India 3rd Hall Room 1.00 PM
06 Lunch Break N/A 4th Hall Room 02.00
07 Business innovations in a recession: A meso perspective of inbound tour operators K. Thirumaran, James Cook University, Australia 3rd Hall Room 03.00 PM
08 An anthropological view of consumer behaviour Rahul Gupta Choudhury, Alliance University, India 3rd Hall Room 03.30 PM
09 Opportunities, challenges & strategies to market India as a destination to foreign tourists Shesadev Nayak, Manav Bharti University, India 3rd Hall Room 4.00 PM
10 Stirred, not shaken: serving the solo woman traveler segment Uma Chandrasekaran, Pondicherry University, India
11 Strategic selection and staffing of human resource in hotel industry Anuroopa Mahajan, Manav Rachna International University, India 3rd Hall Room 5.00 PM
12 A study on consumer perception vs consumer expectation for new era of Indian quickservice restaurant- QSCAV model Srivalli jandhyala, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, India
13 Ethical issues facing individual corporate entities P. Kameswari, J.B.I.E.T, University, India
14 Depreciation in Indian and international accounting standard contexts. With a focus on the initial concept of human depreciation (in the evolving stage) C.S.R.S. Murthy, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, India
15 Effect of motivational forces on the performance of the employees in the large scale I.Tsector Leena Fukey, Christ University, India
16 Incredible India: A case study in strategic destination branding Swati Sharma, Amity University, India
17 An analysis of the implications of conflict management in the hospitality industry Kumar Satyam, Birla Institute of Technology, India
18 Impact of global expansion of restaurant franchises Mahmood A. Khan, Virginia Tech University, USA
19 Animation facilities and services in resort hotels: Evidence from Greece Marios D. Soteriades, University of South Africa, South Africa
20 Emerging marketing issues and challenges in the hospitality sector Sanjaya S. Gaur, Auckland University, Newzealand
21 The management labs in emerging economies - Synergy between management institutions and SME’s Arun Sangwan, Alliance University, India
22 Non-hospitable policies in the hospitality industry: An analytical study in Malaysian hotels Jagdeep Jassela, INTI International University, Malaysia
23 A study on recent trends and challenges in the formation of strategic alliances among companies in India and the foreign nations Kishore Vattikoti, Osmania University, India

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