Mandarin Oriental Appoints Emily Snyder as VP Sales & Marketing - The Americas

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Mandarin Oriental has appointed Emily Snyder as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for The Americas, effective from 7 September 2010.

Ms Snyder has been promoted to the role from her previous post as Director of Sales and Marketing at the Groups North American flagship, Mandarin Oriental, New York.

In her new role, Ms Snyder will be responsible for all aspects of Mandarin Orientals sales efforts in the Americas.

Reporting directly to Michael Hobson, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Groups Chief Marketing Officer based in Hong Kong, Ms Synder will direct a team of 25 sales colleagues from the Groups New York office.

Commenting on the appointment, Michael Hobson said, Emily is a dynamic, results-oriented leader whose skill in developing forward-thinking business strategies will help drive Mandarin Orientals further growth in The Americas. Her talent, creativity and customer-centric approach to business will be of tremendous benefit to our Group, our colleagues and our clients.

Ms Snyder, who has more than 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry, began her career at Mandarin Oriental in 1992, first joining the Groups regional sales office in The Americas overseeing corporate transient sales. In 1995, she left Mandarin Oriental to further her experience amongst other luxury hotels in New York. She then rejoined Mandarin Oriental, New York in 2003 as Director of Sales, where she was an integral member of the opening team. She was promoted to the leadership role of Director of Sales and Marketing in 2007. 

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