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Carlson Hotels appoints Jay Krishnan Regional Director of Corporate Communications - Asia Pacific

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Carlson Hotels Worldwide - Asia Pacific, one of the worlds largest privately-owned hotel companies, has appointed Jay Krishnan as its first regional Director of Corporate Communications.

Krishnan will be based at Carlsons regional corporate office in Singapore and joins the company with a decade of public relations industry experience. Her most recent position was Assistant General Manager of Communications and Branding with the A.P Moller - Maersk Group Asia Pacific, where she was responsible for driving external communications activities throughout the region for the worlds largest container shipping company. Prior to that, Krishnan was at Grayling Public Relations, a U.K. based consultancy, managing a portfolio of corporate accounts for multi-national clients.

In her new role, Krishnan will report directly to Martin Rinck, President and Managing Director, Carlson Hotels Worldwide - Asia Pacific.

This newly created role is a response to Carlsons upward growth trend and strategy for Asia where we aim to strengthen brand awareness. Jay will help drive Carlsons position as the most admired hotel company in the region, said Rinck.

In Asia Pacific, Carlson currently has about 9,000 rooms in operation and more than 10,000 rooms under development within its five brands Regent Hotels & Resorts, Radisson Hotels & Resorts, Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts, Country Inn & Suites by Carlson and Park Inn.

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