Lead Advisory of the Greater China Region at IDeaS Revenue Solutions
In this role Yuki is responsible for delivering professional revenue management consulting services to hotels across China. Yuki has been working with a wide variety of international and local hotels in major cities including Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen performing revenue management audits, training, SOP development, virtual revenue management service, improvement of roadmap planning and other tailor-made revenue management consulting projects based on customers’ needs. Yuki has successfully helped the hotels with different business types in different markets to improve revenue performance, as well as built up data-driven and process-improvement revenue management culture for different hotels.
After Yuki finished her bachelor degree in E-Business at Nanjing University, she went to the US and completed her master degree in Hospitality Management at the University of Delaware and Advanced Revenue Management Program at Cornell University. Once graduated she took the opportunity to work in the Hilton San Francisco (a flagship hotel with 1908 rooms) revenue cluster office, overlooking 11 hotels in the bay area. After she returned to China she became the youngest revenue manager of Hilton in the Asia region. She then worked in Chongqing Hilton and Shanghai Hongqiao Hilton. Her last role before joining IDeaS was working as revenue director in the Langham Shenzhen. Yuki has rich experience in new hotel pre-opening and positioning. She is also a seasoned revenue expert with deep insights into the Greater China market. Some of her strongest skills include big data analysis, pricing, positioning, training, strategic planning, and revenue procedure improvement.
Of course, Yuki isn’t all business. She loves to travel, enjoys Chinese calligraphy, piano, yoga and is describes as a crazy dog lover (because who isn’t?).
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