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E.J. MacEwan Returns to Pan Pacific Sonargaon as General Manager

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Mr. E.J. MacEwan III has been appointed as General Manager of the Pan Pacific Sonargaon. In this role, E.J. will oversee operations at the 277-room hotel, located in central Dhaka, close to the Motijheel commercial area, diplomatic area Baridhara and Gulshan, the Parliament House and Prime Minister’s Office.

No stranger to the hotel, or to Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts, E.J. served as its General Manager from 1997 to 1999 before he embarked on subsequent successful terms as General Manager at Pan Pacific Kuala Lumpur and Sari Pan Pacific Jakarta.

E.J. boasts an illustrious 35 years in hospitality, starting in Rooms, Restaurant, Bar and Catering Operations, initially in the United States, and then in the Middle East, Malaysia, Bangladesh and Indonesia.

“It is great to be back in Bangladesh and I am excited to have Pan Pacific Sonargaon continue to uphold its name and fame around the world while re-affirming its commitment to Pan Pacific Hotels & Resorts’ standards of personalised and dedicated
service,” said E.J. MacEwan III. “I believe in the empowerment and development of associates - educating them, making them multi-functional and instilling a strong sense of ownership for their growth and well-being. It is through our people assets that we can enhance the growth of our hotel, our brand and our business.”

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