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Minor Appoints Tabatha Ramsay as Vice President Sales

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 4 February 2011

The Minor Hotel Group has appointed Tabatha Ramsay as Vice President Sales.

An Australian national, Tabatha joins Minor from the InterContinental Hotels Group where she most recently held the role of Area Director of Sales & Marketing for the companys Thailand, Indochina and Maldives properties.

Ms Ramsay has a wealth of experience, with previous management experience at Plaza Athenee, a Royal Meridien Hotel, Bangkok and Le Meridien Siem Reap, Cambodia, as well working in leading hotels in Thailand, Bali, Melbourne, London and Japan.

In her new role, Tabatha will be responsible for all the sales professionals and teams across all Minor-operated properties, including Anantara Resorts & Spa in Thailand, the Maldives, Bali and the Middle East.

As a secondary part of her role, she will also advise the CEO and COO on sales issues affecting the owned assets that are managed by third party operators including Four Seasons, Marriott Resorts & Spas and St Regis concerns in Thailand.

Peter Carmichael, Senior Vice President, Anantara, comments, Tabatha joining us heralds the next step in our global expansion, and were delighted to have such a talented leader on-board. The success of a company is only as great as its people, and with Tabatha at our sales team helm we can certainly be assured of great things to come.

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