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  • For this webinar, we have curated the perfect variety of guest expertise and brought to you 4 profound speakers, with immense knowledge and experience in the hospitality industry.

    Firstly, we have CA Anand Gawade, who is qualified in FCA, RV, and DISA, also has the experience of 20 years in Audit and Tax, Valuation, and Restructuring. He has handled more than 300 assignments in valuations in Start-Ups, Intangibles, Listed and Unlisted Companies. He is also a trainer in valuations.

    Then we have Mr. Sagar Panaskar, who has a 4-year degree in Hotel Management and has been in the hospitality industry for over 10 years. He is the owner of Kremes and Crusts Bakery Chain, situated in Pune.

    Our next speaker is Mr. Prathveesh Shetty, who is ACA qualified and is the Chief Financial Officer at Tamanna Hotels Pvt Ltd. He has 6 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

    Lastly, we have Mr. Rohit Nayar, who is an Insurance and Financial Planner, CEO of Ram Nayar Insurance, and Investment. He has 6 years of experience in the field of Financial Planning.  

    Our guest speakers share their views and strategies on market-oriented investment opportunities and solutions for the current hospitality industry to survive precarious business climate post-COVID -19. The panel discusses on effective solutions to minimize expenses in the current situation.

    The following areas are covered in this talk show:

    • How can the Hospitality Sector revive after COVID-19? Also, what will be the trends in the Hospitality Industry post-COVID-19?
    • How has the COVID-19 situation affected our speakers’ businesses, and how have they managed to cope with it?
    • While operating and managing their businesses, have there been any unique initiatives taken by them in this situation, where people aren’t traveling or leaving their homes like they used to before?
    • What have been the production and financial strategies which can benefit in this crisis?
    • What will be the financial challenges for the Hospitality businesses going forward? And what steps should be taken to overcome these financial problems?
    • How does insurance play a role in this COVID-19 situation? And should SMEs from the hospitality and tourism industry get insured?
    • How does giving life insurance or mediclaim to the employee help the employer?
    • Generally, when there are 2 or more partners in a business, how do we hedge the risk of business and clash of partners in case of sudden death (COVID times)?
    • How can Merger and Acquisition opportunities help the hospitality industry?
    • Marketing and Leadership Strategizing to operate in the best way possible

    This webinar features the above-mentioned areas for the betterment of the hospitality industry.

    Watch Complete Video @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DALp3xKN82c&t=1976s

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  • For this webinar, we have curated the perfect variety of guest expertise and brought to you 4 profound speakers, with immense knowledge and experience in the hospitality industry.

    Firstly, we have CA Anand Gawade, who is qualified in FCA, RV, and DISA, also has the experience of 20 years in Audit and Tax, Valuation, and Restructuring. He has handled more than 300 assignments in valuations in Start-Ups, Intangibles, Listed and Unlisted Companies. He is also a trainer in valuations.

    Then we have Mr. Sagar Panaskar, who has a 4-year degree in Hotel Management and has been in the hospitality industry for over 10 years. He is the owner of Kremes and Crusts Bakery Chain, situated in Pune.

    Our next speaker is Mr. Prathveesh Shetty, who is ACA qualified and is the Chief Financial Officer at Tamanna Hotels Pvt Ltd. He has 6 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

    Lastly, we have Mr. Rohit Nayar, who is an Insurance and Financial Planner, CEO of Ram Nayar Insurance, and Investment. He has 6 years of experience in the field of Financial Planning.

    Our guest speakers share their views and strategies on market-oriented investment opportunities and solutions for the current hospitality industry to survive precarious business climate post-COVID -19. The panel discusses on effective solutions to minimize expenses in the current situation.

    The following areas are covered in this talk show:

    • How can the Hospitality Sector revive after COVID-19? Also, what will be the trends in the Hospitality Industry post-COVID-19?
    • How has the COVID-19 situation affected our speakers’ businesses, and how have they managed to cope with it?
    • While operating and managing their businesses, have there been any unique initiatives taken by them in this situation, where people aren’t traveling or leaving their homes like they used to before?
    • What have been the production and financial strategies which can benefit in this crisis?
    • What will be the financial challenges for the Hospitality businesses going forward? And what steps should be taken to overcome these financial problems?
    • How does insurance play a role in this COVID-19 situation? And should SMEs from the hospitality and tourism industry get insured?
    • How does giving life insurance or mediclaim to the employee help the employer?
    • Generally, when there are 2 or more partners in a business, how do we hedge the risk of business and clash of partners in case of sudden death (COVID times)?
    • How can Merger and Acquisition opportunities help the hospitality industry?
    • Marketing and Leadership Strategizing to operate in the best way possible

    This webinar features the above-mentioned areas for the betterment of the hospitality industry.

    Watch Complete Video @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DALp3xKN82c&t=1976s

    #covid19impact industryanalysis industryexperts coronavirusimpact coronaviruscrisis discussion marketgrowth
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  • For this webinar, we have curated the perfect variety of guest expertise and brought to you 4 profound speakers, with immense knowledge and experience in the hospitality industry.

    Firstly, we have CA Anand Gawade, who is qualified in FCA, RV, and DISA, also has the experience of 20 years in Audit and Tax, Valuation, and Restructuring. He has handled more than 300 assignments in valuations in Start-Ups, Intangibles, Listed and Unlisted Companies. He is also a trainer in valuations.

    Then we have Mr. Sagar Panaskar, who has a 4-year degree in Hotel Management and has been in the hospitality industry for over 10 years. He is the owner of Kremes and Crusts Bakery Chain, situated in Pune.

    Our next speaker is Mr. Prathveesh Shetty, who is ACA qualified and is the Chief Financial Officer at Tamanna Hotels Pvt Ltd. He has 6 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

    Lastly, we have Mr. Rohit Nayar, who is an Insurance and Financial Planner, CEO of Ram Nayar Insurance, and Investment. He has 6 years of experience in the field of Financial Planning.

    Our guest speakers share their views and strategies on market-oriented investment opportunities and solutions for the current hospitality industry to survive precarious business climate post-COVID -19. The panel discusses on effective solutions to minimize expenses in the current situation.

    The following areas are covered in this talk show:

    • How can the Hospitality Sector revive after COVID-19? Also, what will be the trends in the Hospitality Industry post-COVID-19?
    • How has the COVID-19 situation affected our speakers’ businesses, and how have they managed to cope with it?
    • While operating and managing their businesses, have there been any unique initiatives taken by them in this situation, where people aren’t traveling or leaving their homes like they used to before?
    • What have been the production and financial strategies which can benefit in this crisis?
    • What will be the financial challenges for the Hospitality businesses going forward? And what steps should be taken to overcome these financial problems?
    • How does insurance play a role in this COVID-19 situation? And should SMEs from the hospitality and tourism industry get insured?
    • How does giving life insurance or mediclaim to the employee help the employer?
    • Generally, when there are 2 or more partners in a business, how do we hedge the risk of business and clash of partners in case of sudden death (COVID times)?
    • How can Merger and Acquisition opportunities help the hospitality industry?
    • Marketing and Leadership Strategizing to operate in the best way possible

    This webinar features the above-mentioned areas for the betterment of the hospitality industry.

    Watch Complete Video @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DALp3xKN82c&t=1976s

    #covid19impact industryanalysis industryexperts coronavirusimpact coronaviruscrisis discussion marketgrowth
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  • Impact of COVID-19 on Markets Worldwide an Interview with Mr. Shrikant Athavale (Founder & CEO- Infinium Global Research)

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  • With several people locked down in their homes, brands in the health and fashion industry can think of ideas of tapping into this opportunity to engage their consumers.

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  • Experiment to demonstrate how germs spread using fluorescent paint

    #COVID19 #CoronavirusCrisis #coronavirus #germs #virus #maskchallenge #MasksSaveLives #Masks4All
    https://www.instagram.com/p/B_87cKUjmFl/?igshid=12ilg8buq5hpr

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  • *जगाला शांतिचा संदेश देणारे* *महाकारुणी तथागत भगवान गौतम बुध्द यांच्या जयंती निमित्त बुद्ध चरनी त्रिवार वंदन…*
    *तसेच सर्व बांधवाना बुद्ध पौर्णिमेच्या “मंगलमय” सदिच्छा…!!!*
    #Buddha_Pornima
    बुद्ध विचार आहे, दुराचार नाही
    बुद्ध शांती आहे, हिंसा नाही
    बुद्ध प्रबुद्ध आहे, युद्ध नाही
    बुद्ध शुद्ध आहे, थोतांड नाही
    बुद्ध पौर्णिमेच्या मनःपूर्वक शुभेच्छा
    #CoronavirusCrisis | #India crosses the 50,000-mark with more than 30% of COVID-19 cases just from #Maharashtra. #DIU
    💐💐💐🌹🌹🌹🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 (at Mamdabad)
    https://www.instagram.com/p/B_3-mtDjM5m/?igshid=s2nnvgpxyddx

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  • Wednesday 18 March 2020

    The schools are still open and I go to work as usual. Except it’s not like usual. There’s an eerie quietness at the bus stop and the tube platform is thinly populated at rush hour. When the tube train stops and the doors open only a few people get on even though there is loads of space in the carriage. Others wait for the next train - they are keeping their distance. I smile in disbelief and wait as well. I look furtively around at the other passengers, many of them wearing face masks. We’ve arrived in that far-off dystopian future I think, this is it. I feel a sense that these people feel short-changed for having to go to work today, and I do too. I’m angry that the government haven’t already closed the schools as a social distancing measure, as they have in France, Spain, Italy. Yet freelance teaching is my livelihood so I’m going to work.

    As it turns out, being at work is something of a salve. The children are just getting on with life. They are not oblivious - a few of them mention the C word - but they don’t seem too affected by it. The lessons are just like any other week. There’s a global emergency happening but I’m still sitting down with Benny, playing “Wrong Postcode” in the key of G. Then in the key of D. There’s a pandemic going on but at 12:30 it’s time for Guitar Club. It feels good to be doing something, however small, that is useful, contributing to some semblance of normality for these kids, though I feel uneasy about not social distancing by being here - I speak to another teacher who is similarly conflicted. I feel much admiration for the core teachers and staff who are keeping everything going, and doing it with a smile. At one point I wonder if this has all been a bad dream, maybe everything is as normal. But then I see someone walking around wiping down the door handles with disinfectant.

    After work, I read that schools have been ordered shut in Scotland and Wales from Friday with England likely to follow. So I will be off work, like so many others, for the foreseeable. As a self-employed person I don’t know what will happen to my income but so many others are in a similar boat so I don’t feel alone. I’m sad that upcoming concerts, teaching and gigs have been cancelled but I’m also curious about what this space will bring, how I will adapt and what I will create, and how the world will change and respond. I feel that some light will emerge from the darkness. I don’t know how I will fare with isolation but I have been connecting with people on the phone and online and I feel a strange sense of connectedness within the distance. 

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