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BrainGain Magazine Launches Vertical On Hospitality

Highlights Asia’s role in the future of Global travel and tourism

New Delhi, February 8, 2011: BrainGain Magazine has introduced a new vertical dedicated to Hotel Administration on 8 February, 2011. The vertical highlights a wide variety of courses available, details about universities offering a degree in hotel administration, interviews and admission process with faculty members, student experiences and details on financial aid. The articles in the section includes interview with Steven Carvell- Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the School of Hotel Administration,  Cornell University and Dr Nicholas Hadgis, the founding Dean of the School of Hospitality Management of Widener University in Pennsylvania, along with insight on wine tasting as a career, The history of automatic restaurant and future trends in the hospitality industry to name a few. BrainGain Magazine already has dedicated sections on Medicine, MBA, Engineering and Law with plans to launch the entire spectrum of verticals to include everything from archeology to zoology.

Harjiv Singh, Founder and CEO of BrainGain Magazine said, “According to the report by Ernst & Young the Asian markets are leading the recovery in the hospitality sector. The global hospitality market will see more robust, broad-based growth by the end of this year. China is expected to surpass U.S business travel by 2015 and Asia will account for 41% of the global outbound travel and tourism over the next decade. The employment opportunities in this segment are immense. Our aim at BrainGain Magazine is to expose the students in South Asia to career and education opportunities in the fast emerging field of hospitality and tourism.”

 The section contains articles that bring to light the relatively unknown professions of a food writer, dietician, food stylist, institutional cooks and sommelier.  “The best way to learn about wine is to drink it,” said Alpana Singh – the youngest person in the world to be a master sommelier. Other articles explain the cost and benefit of culinary school and how it imparts knowledge, technique, and discipline, highlighting the role experience and dedication play in making of a great chef. 

About BrainGain Magazine

BrainGain Magazine (www.braingainmag.com) is an online publication for students, their parents, and mid-career professionals in South Asia. We aim to be the definitive source of information for anyone interested in exploring and learning about educational opportunities outside South Asia. Our primary target audience is between the ages of 17 and 40 years. We provide content to guide students and their parents through the decision-making process when exploring options to study abroad. The topics covered help readers understand fields of study, admissions, financing, specific countries, regions or cities, student life, scholarships, job prospects for chosen field, socio-cultural environments, safety and visa issues. Told through lively interviews, photos, videos and podcasts, we provide an interactive platform that helps students realize their dreams.

For more details, please contact:

Puneet Khunger

Gutenberg Communications

M: +91 9810191409

puneet@gutenbergpr.com

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