Six Senses appoints GM for Evason Hideaway at Zighy Bay, Oman and opens PR Office in India

Travel News Asia Monday, 8 May 2006

Six Senses has appointed a General Manager to its new Evason Hideaway at Zighy Bay, Oman and opened a PR Office in India.

Naim Maadad

Naim Maadad has been appointed Area General Manager of the Evason Hideaway & Six Senses Spa at Zighy Bay, an 85 pool villa property scheduled to open in early 2007. He joins Evason Hideaways from the Sunset Beach Resort at Al Kobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, where he held the role of Resort Manager.

Naims previous roles have seen him based in Tokyo and Yokohama, Japan; Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and in Queenslands Gold Coast and Hayman Island in his homeland Australia.

He earned an MBA from International Management Centre an affiliate of Oxford/Surrey University of London, a Diploma of Business (Hospitality Management) from the University of South Australia, plus other Certificates in Food and Beverage Service and Management, in Australia.

Naim will be based at Evason Hideaway at Zighy Bay.

Farah Byramji Shah

Farah Byramji Shah has been appointed to the newly created role of Public Relations Manager, India. She joins Six Senses after a three-year tenure as a customer service executive based in New York City.

Farahs previous roles in North America have included that of a technological project leader, also in New York, business development and disaster recovery coordinator, based in Los Angeles, and growth strategy assistant for a financial company in Washington D.D.

She attended Georgetown University where she earned a BA Psychology Magna Cum Laude, and spend a year studying at the University of Sydney.

Farah will be based in Bombay, in her native India.

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