Ambika Gandhi, MRICS

Senior Consultant

Ambika Gandhi, MRICSA Cornell Hotel School post-graduate, Ambika has over 13 years of hospitality development, operations and consulting experience. Ambika has significant experience in conducting market studies in real estate sectors, including hotels, tourism, retail, residential and commercial projects. Ambika has completed projects, spanning over USD 12 billion in asset value, in numerous locations including Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, UAE, Qatar, Morocco, Maldives, Micronesia, Mauritius and Canada. Ambika is also a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS).
Insights by Ambika Gandhi, MRICS (2)

Can Hotels Create Convergence Economies?

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to question the way our economy and society have operated for centuries. Since the onset of the first Industrial Revolution more than 200 years ago, the Western economic model of hyper competition and continuous growth has achieved global dominance - this holds true even in the hotel industry.

Providing High-Touch Through High-Tech: Resilience In Hospitality Through Human, Technology And System Convergence

The Covid-19 pandemic has taken a severe toll on the global hotel industry. In Canada alone, the accommodation and food services industry (the hospitality industry in a broad sense) accounts for 1.3 million jobs in the national economy, and contributed $44.