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Marriott Appoints Paul Rushton as Regional Director of MICE Sales Asia Pacific

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Marriott has appointed Paul Rushton as Regional Director of MICE Sales Asia Pacific.

Reporting to Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Neelima Chopra, Rushton is responsible for the design and implementation of sales and marketing strategies for capturing a profitable share of the emerging MICE business for all Marriott branded hotels in Asia Pacific. He is based in Singapore.

Marriott International has set group sales as one of the key elements of its long range plan for the Asia Pacific region, which is widely regarded as the emerging hub of the global economy. This coupling, with its variety of destinations, makes Asia Pacific the location of choice for MICE activities, Chopra said. Marriott International boasts a portfolio of some 130 hotels across Asia Pacific. No matter whether our MICE customers are looking for an island resort, city hotel or countryside retreat, we have a great deal to offer and are able to effectively meet their needs.

Rushton has 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry, with his footsteps covering leading hotels in Jakarta, Dubai, Bangkok, Sydney and Singapore.

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