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Carlson Hotels Worldwide - Asia Pacific appoints Executive Vice President - Revenue Generation

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Carlson Hotels, one of the worlds largest privately-owned hotel companies, has appointed Frank Trampert to the newly-created position of Executive Vice President - Revenue Generation.

Trampert will be responsible for revenue optimisation, e-commerce, sales and marketing as well as reservations, distribution services and information technology.

Trampert takes up this new role after five years spearheading the strategic direction and management of reservation and distribution services in Asia for Carlson. Prior to joining the group, Trampert held various positions in operations with Dorint Hotels & Resorts, Mvenpick Hotels & Resorts and The Leading Hotels of the World.

Frank has an impeccable track record with Carlson since he joined the company over a decade ago. He played an integral role in establishing our Country Inn & Suites brand across Europe and his wealth of experience and industry knowledge will help further develop our business in key gateway cities and resort locations across the region, said Martin Rinck, President and Managing Director, Carlson Hotels Worldwide Asia Pacific.

The company currently has more than 9,000 rooms under development in Asia within its three core brands Regent Hotels & Resorts, Radisson Hotels & Resorts, Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts. In addition, the group is also planning to develop its Country Inn & Suites by  Carlson and Park Inn brands through strategic partnerships across the region.

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