Bahar Ganiyeva

Bahar Ganiyeva Blog Author

Bahar Ganiyeva A. was born in Azerbaijan in 1984. She received a Bachelor's degree in tourism and social-cultural service from the  Azerbaijan  StateEconomic University  (UNEC),  Baku, Azerbaijan,  in 2005 and a master's degree in tourism and service in a social sphere from the Baku State University Baku, Azerbaijan, in 2007.

In 2006, she joined the Hyatt Hotels Baku (Hyatt Regency and Park Hyatt Baku) Sales and  Marketing  Departments a  Sales and Marketing AdminAssistant,  and  in 2008 became a  Market  Analyst. 

From 2008 until 2010 she was a leading tutor at Azerbaijan Tourism Institute (currently Azerbaijan Tourism and Management University) on subjects of Management, Marketing, and Hotel Business Administration. Since 2019 leads classes at UNEC SABAH groups on Price and Pricing subject (classes in English). In November 2011, she joined the preopening hotel team of JW Marriott Absheron Baku Hotel as Reservations and Revenue Manager and became a Director of Revenue Management in 2013. 

 In 2016 she joined  AbsheronHotel Group as  Cluster Director of Revenue and in  2017 became Cluster Director of Revenue and Business Development overlooking 9+ multi portfolio chain and international hotels.  Her research interests include tourism impact on the economy, revenue management in small and boutique hotels, sustainability, education, and talent development in the hospitality, gender, and tourism. 

Her recent publications were released at Tourism and Hospitality Research journal 3rd edition,  Baku, Azerbaijan, 2013 titled “Improvement of Cash flow in Hotel industry”, Hospitality and Tourism Studies scientific journal N4,  Baku, Azerbaijan,  2014  titled“Revenue  Management in Small and Independent  HotelChains”,  Azerbaijan State University of Economics Scientific Reviews, Baku, Azerbaijan, 2015 titled “Hotel Revenue Management during Economic crisis”. The latest publication was released in 2019 at ICTM 2019, International Research Conference, at Venice, Italy on the focus of The State Support to the Tourism Policy Formation Mechanism in Black Sea Basin Countries (Azerbaijan, Turkey, Russia, and Georgia) and Its Impact on Sustainable Tourism Development.