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Tatiana Veller

Tatiana Veller

Tatiana Veller is the Managing Director of HVS in Russia. Tatiana specializes in various types of strategic consulting for all facets of the hospitality industry in Russia, Georgia, CIS and Baltics. In addition to Tatiana’s HR Consulting background with leading firms in the US, she possesses six years experience in line and management positions with top companies in the Hospitality and Food Service industries in Russia and the US, along with a Bachelor’s degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from the Russian Academy of Economics n.a. Plekhanov and a US MBA in International Management. This gives Tatiana a unique understanding of the industry and the strategies that drive performance.

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Insights by Tatiana Veller (9)

Russia, The CIS and Georgia Hotel Valuation Index 2012

The hotel markets of Russia, the CIS & Georgia continue their recovery and exhibit a second consecutive year of growth. In this publication, HVS provides a guide though the peaks and troughs of the various markets, giving operators, investors and owners a clearer view of the region from a valuation perspective.

Hotels in Russia, The CIS and Georgia Trends & Opportunities

The scope of this publication is to assess current trends and future opportunities for the hotel industry in Russia, the CIS and Georgia. This publication briefly discusses the tourism industry and economy overview of Russia, the CIS and Georgia, and looks at the yearend results of hotels' operating performances across the region.

Is Russia still the investment community’s sweetheart?

For much of the last decade, international institutional and private investors were begging the Russian real estate industry for attention. Land was scarce, acquisition opportunities were dear and returns riding the highest wave.

What's In the Stars? (Russian 5-star hotels don’t compensate better than their 4-star counterparts)

In our most recent article on management packages we noted that the Executive Committee members in 4- and 5-star hotels in Moscow and St.-Pete's were compensated, on average, significantly better in 2007 than in 2008.

Russia Moves Towards More Local Management in Hotels

In May 2008, HVS Executive Search–Moscow completed its 2nd annual Compensation Survey of property-level hotel positions in 2 major Russian markets–Moscow and St. Petersburg. This year the survey attracted a larger group of respondents, covered a wider array of positions, and included a larger number of indices.
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