Another research of Ameria CJSC covers food processing industry, including beverages and tobacco subsectors.
Back in October last year, Ameria initiated a series of all-embracing researches in various industries, which generated tremendous feedback from the parties involved, sector analysts and experts. While the first research covered the retail trade sector in Yerevan, and FMCG subsector in particular, the second research was focused on the tourism and hospitality industry.
Ameria Management Advisory has implemented another comprehensive research in tourism and hotel accommodation industry to estimate its present state and development dynamics in the country.
The research covers macroeconomic overview of Armenia, including assessment of hotel industry turnover in Armenia, its share in Armenia’s GDP (Gross domestic product), comparative analysis of average annual room rates and occupancy for different class hotels in South Caucasus region, tourism development trends in Armenia and South Caucasus region, etc.
Ameria CJSC gave a start to voluminous researches in various industries of the Republic of Armenia economy. The research toolbox comprises cutting-edge international methods applied for professional analysis coupled with relevant assessment and identification of development tendencies of various industries of economy.
The first research conducted in Yerevan covered retail sales of food and other non-durable goods, preferences of citizens and current expenses. Along with the research evaluation of supermarkets and other merchants was conducted.
The Judicial Projects Implementation Unit State Agency of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia contracted Ameria CJSC to implement the Court Monitoring Services project financed by the World Bank, by means of the Japan Government grant.
The Project aims at elaboration of a court monitoring methodology based on best international practice and introduction of court monitoring system in Armenia. Introduction of Monitoring and/or Evaluation System has become crucial for further development of the Republic of Armenia judicial system and increase of public confidence in terms of improvement of the judicial system and quality of work performed by courts. The
February 01, 2012
World Bank has contracted Ameria CJSC to conduct the WB-funded 'I KNOW' public awareness campaign. Officially launched February 1 this year, the campaign is aimed at informing the public of around 25 public reforms implemented by the government of Armenia in 2007-2012.
According to David Melikyan, WB Armenia Second Judicial Reform Project group coordinator, 'The goal of our public awareness campaigns is to inform the citizens of existing options and advantages provided by the state infrastructure and favorable legal framework so that they are well armed to protect their interests in all areas of social and economic life both in court and out of court. Active and consistent attitude on the part of the citizens is an essential precondition of successful institutional reforms, especially legal and judicial reforms. Through this campaign, we strive to raise the legal awareness of Armenia's citizens and make the implementation of government reforms more efficient with bottom-up pressure of the society. Naturally, besides the active and aware civil society, we will need to enhance the knowledge and skills of judges and to introduce efficient evaluation systems to achieve our goal'.
Committed to the achievement of its strategic goals, Ameria Group of Companies expands to the new markets to become a loyal partner and reliable bridge for Diaspora Armenians, as well as foreign investors and businessmen. By furnishing quality and trustworthy information the Group will meet their demand for making sophisticated investments and doing business in the Republic of Armenia.
Ameria CJSC and Canada-based Breckenhill were contracted as the Republic of Armenia government consultants for ‘Building the Capacity of the Government of the Republic of Armenia for Monitoring for Results and Redesigning the Working Procedures’ Program. Funded by the World Bank Institutional Development Fund, the program has been successfully finalized. The objective of the program is to assist the RoA Government in implementing an effective system of public administration through introducing a reliable, efficient and objective performance appraisal system.
Yerevan, Armenia (06/06/2011). Ameria cjsc, Armenia’s leading consultancy company, today announced it has brokered a franchise agreement with Wyndham Hotel Group, the world’s largest hotel company based on number of hotels and one of three business units of Wyndham Worldwide (NYSE: WYN), to operate the country’s first Ramada hotel; Ramada Yerevan.
Contracted by the Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund (R2E2 Fund), Ameria CJSC successfully finalized development of a business plan and incorporation documents for an emerging universal credit organization focused on power sector. Ameria also elaborated a strategic plan for the R2E2 Fund, a 5-year business plan, as well as ensured development of internal operating manual and implementation of staff performance evaluation system.