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Robert Hornman joins WORLDHOTELS as Vice President Europe Middle East and Africa & Worldwide Sales and Distribution

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Thursday, 18 September 2008

WORLDHOTELS has appointed Robert Hornman as Vice President Europe Middle East and Africa & Worldwide Sales and Distribution. In this newly created position, he will oversee all operations within the EMEA Region for the company, as well as assuming worldwide responsibilities for the sales and distribution activities of the group. Hornman joined the company on September 16th 2008 and is based at the companys corporate head office in Frankfurt, Germany.

Hornman joins WORLDHOTELS directly from Accor where he served in a number of positions, including Vice President Sales and Marketing Asia, as well as Vice President Global Sales and Business Development in the companys head office in Paris. Previous roles include Managing Director of former Accor Dorint SMARD GmbH, a sales, marketing management and distribution company responsible for the 400 Accor Dorint hotels in Germany at the time, and Vice President Operations Sofitel for Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Eastern Countries.

Robert Hornman said, I am delighted to be joining WORLDHOTELS at such an exciting time in the companys long history. In recent years the group has both expanded and extended its position in the international hotel sector and now represents over 280 hotels in EMEA, and almost 500 worldwide. Together with a network of over 30 sales offices and a blue chip list of corporate customers and consortia, it is well positioned for fast track growth. I look forward in assisting in that development.

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