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New MICE Appointments at CWT in Singapore

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT), a global leader specializing in business travel management, has made two appointments in its Meetings & Events department in Singapore. Sheryn Sethoe has been appointed business development manager, while Rachel Loo will take on the role of operations manager.

Ms. Sethoe joins CWT from The Traveller DMC, where she worked for four years as Sales Manager, and brings with her extensive experience in the MICE industry. In her role at CWT, Ms. Sethoe will work to ensure that CWT Singapore is the first choice for companies looking to manage their meetings and events cost effectively. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business from Monash University in Australia.

Ms. Loo, as operations manager with Meetings & Events, will oversee the successful creation and execution of all client conferences, meetings, incentives and events held in Singapore as well as internationally. Ms. Loo previously worked in the Meetings & Events department at Diners World Travel. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Monash University in Australia.

As the global economy recovers, Singapore is well placed to benefit as the Meetings & Events hub of the Asia Pacific region with exciting new venues, attractive global events, and a sound and efficient infrastructure, said Olivier Spaenle, CWT Vice President Southeast Asia. The appointments of Sheryn and Rachel reinforce CWTs commitment to meeting clients growing demand for strategic Meetings & Events solutions. With their wealth of experience in the MICE industry, we are confident that Sheryn and Rachel will deliver great added value for our clients.

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