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Marketing Communications and Advertising in the Contemporary Business

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Business Strategies: Management and Consulting

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Strategic Management in Logistics

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Human Resource Management

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Experience Economy: Hospitality Managment and Tourism

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E-Business

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Article
Reform of the Railway Sector in Russia: Achievements and Challenges

Kolik A.

The Network Industries Quarterly. 2016. Vol. 18. No. 4. P. 17-20.

Book chapter
A tool for morphologically ambiguous text processing

Klyshinskiy E., Kochetkova N. Y.

In bk.: 2016 Third International Conference on Digital Information Processing, Data Mining, and Wireless Communications (DIPDMWC). M.: IEEE, 2016. P. 133-136.

Working paper
HEM Ltd. Launching a new Project (C)

Gurkov I. B.

management. 316-0137-1. the case centre, 2016. No. 316-0137-1.

Alumni of the Faculty of Business and Management

                  
 
Two HSE Faculties among those Most Sought
after by Russian Employers
 
 
Anastasiya Salina

Anastasia Salina graduated from the master’s programme “Experience Economy: Hospitality and Tourism Management” in 2015. She specializes in Tourism and Hotel Management. Anastasia tells us about her creative success.





Кирилл КнязевKirill Knyazev

An interview with Master’s in Electronic Business graduate and founder of the web studio Netball, Kirill Knyazev.






Максим БродовскийMaxim Brodovsky

Maxim Brodovsky, a graduate of HSE’s Faculty of Management, now the Faculty of Business and Management, currently works as the Director of the hotels Holiday Inn Moscow – Lesnaya and Holiday Inn Moscow – Suschevsky. In an interview with HSE, Brodovsky talks about students in the Experience Economy: Hospitality and Tourism Management programme, the perks of working in a hotel, and the future of the hotel business in Russia.




ГольдманDaniil Goldman

Over the last five years, hummus and falafel have made their way onto the menu of most restaurants in the centre of Moscow, and food trucks have had much better luck selling Middle Eastern dishes than warm Russian pirogies. Daniil Goldman, who is a graduate of the Higher School of Economics and the founder of Mitzva Bar, sat down with Success Builder to talk about what’s fashionable in Israeli culture, why intuition is important in business, and how a bar in Moscow differs from a bar in New York.


ФлаксIlya Flaks

HSE graduate Ilya Flaks’ company Fibrum began selling the Fibrum Pro virtual reality headset and its accompanying software in 2015, and both have since become well known throughout the world. In the latest edition of Success Builder, Ilya talks about how one can make tens of thousands of dollars while still a student, why he never ‘worked for the man,’ and whether virtual reality is really dangerous.

ЯковлеваElena Yakovleva

Elena Yakovleva was graduated from the Faculty of Business and Management in 2001, she worked at the Institute of Corporate Entrepreneurship of the Higher School of Economics. Elena also worked in consulting, made a career in a company with state participation. Now she works as the head of the educational program for successors at the Moscow School of Management ‘SKOLKOVO’. Since 2010 besides the main work Elena is engaged in projects in order to draw attention to the classical guitar.




Alexander Braylovskiy

When starting your own business, it’s often important to do things yourself at first. Sooner or later you’ll reach a point when everything starts working without your help. In the latest edition of Success Builder, HSE alumnus Alexander Braylovskiy, the founder of the cafe chain Receptor, discusses how to combine business informatics with Feng Shui, how to learn from your mistakes, how to write your own music, and how to remotely manage a chain of cafes with the help of an effective ERP system that he developed himself.




Petr Lukyanov

In early 2016, the venture capital firm Phystech Ventures and the Russian Venture Company (RVC) announced that they were creating a joint fund valued at nearly 2 billion rubles. This is the third fund under Phystech Ventures’ management that will help support companies working in the fields of energy efficiency, big data, IT technologies, and more. This fund may also serve as a way to form a bridge between scientific inventions and the market. Phystech’s cofounder and managing partner Petr Lukyanov tells Success Builder where to take advantage of the investment market, how risk-taking can fuel a career in venture capital, and why one should never be afraid to slash unsuccessful projects.


Ekaterina Plastinina

Working with fine art is not only about well-known artists and beautiful paintings; it also requires precise calculation, analysis, management, and even psychology. Art can be a business, and an entirely interesting business at that. HSE alumna Ekaterina Plastinina, who founded and co-owns the art agency Alma Arts, sat down with Success Builder to discuss how to become a connoisseur of the auction business, how to successfully purchase a painting, and why Dubai is better than London.



Daria Ustyuzhanina & Artem Kiselev

Projects rarely become profitable right away, but if one learns from their mistakes and does not give up, success is sure to follow. In its six years of existence, the Timepad project has had its ups and downs, but in the end it became a market leader. Timepad’s creators – Ludmila Pavlova, Daria Ustyuzhanina, and Artem Kiselev, all HSE alumni – told Success Builder about the advantages of the Russian market, how to avoid spending money on advertising, and how to earn over 100 million rubles without selling your idea.



Luda Nikishina

Is it easy being a Russian clothing designer when factories cost, China sews, and discounts on cheap foreign brands can reach 70%? Everything is in authorship. HSE alumna Luda Nukishina tells Success Builder why business must be done in Moscow, how a Russian designer is better than H&M, and how to make things that people will definitely buy.




Maxim Chernin

According to Maxim Chernin, director of Sberbank Insurance and HSE graduate, you need to be a good psychologist when proposing life insurance to a client. He tells us what it's like to work in the business of 'human life', whether creativity has any place in insurance work and how to inculcate a culture of medical check-ups.





Dilara Khannanova

In 2017, Dilara Khannanova and Sofia Petrichenko, HSE graduates, created a ‘Gogol de Paris’ association in Paris, which popularizes not only Gogol’s writing, but also Russian cuisine with its feast traditions. The project authors spoke to the HSE News Service about ‘Gogol’, Gogol, the uniting power of Russian cuisine, and charity.