With signs Macau is well on the road to recovery; the Philippine market growing in double digits; and the prospect of casinos in Japan, 2017 is starting on a more promising note for Asia
Andrew Klebanow is a Senior Partner at Global Market Advisors, a hospitality and tourism consulting firm. He specializes in Marketing Plan and Business Plan Development, Feasibility Analysis, Market Research, Casino Property Analysis and Player Rewards Program Design exclusive to the gaming and hospitality industries.
Mr. Klebanow has worked in the hospitality and gaming industries since 1975 and in the fields of casino marketing and business planning since 1991. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in at New York University and a Masters Degree in Marketing from Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration.
Mr. Klebanow has served in a number of management and executive positions in the gaming industry including Vice President of Marketing at Sam’s Town Hotel and Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, General Manager at the Santa Fe Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and Director of Marketing at Alliance Gaming Corporation. He is a periodic lecturer at the University of Nevada Reno’s School of Continuing Education, Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, and has participated on panel discussions and presentations at G2E Las Vegas, G2E Asia and the Asian Gaming and Hospitality Congress. He has authored over 100 articles in Indian Gaming Magazine, Global Gaming Business, and In Asian Gaming. He also contributed academic papers to the Cornell University Hotel and Restaurant Quarterly and the UNLV Hospitality Journal.
In April of 2015 he presented a paper entitled “Casinos and the City” at the Third Annual Asia Pacific Conference on Gambling and Commercial Gaming Research in Beijing, China.