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Sherona Lau Joins Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong as DOSM

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The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, located in the heart of the citys Central District, has appointed Sherona Lau as Director of Sales & Marketing.

Prior to joining The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, Sherona served as Director of Sales and Marketing for The Ritz-Carlton Sanya, where she helped open the resort.

Starting her career as a management trainee at the Yinhe Dynasty Inter-Continental Hotel in China, and discovering her passion for the industry, Sherona then joined The Peninsula Hotels, where she spent eight years in various positions in Sales and Marketing at the regional office and The Peninsula Bangkok.

Committed and dedicated to her profession, Sherona has worked in North America, Europe, and Asia, where she developed strong international sales and marketing skills, as well as hands-on experience in the resort, luxury, and business segments.

A native of Hong Kong, Sherona holds an Associate Degree from Domino Carlton Tivoli University Centre in Switzerland, and earned her Bachelor of Science degree at Florida International University. Additionally, she has also completed a Group Professional Development Program in Cornell University.

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