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Jean-Marc Poli Joins Parkroyal Yangon as GM

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Jean-Marc Poli has joined the Parkroyal Yangon in Myanmar, as General Manager.

Jean-Marc will be responsible for the operations and all-round performance of Parkroyal Yangon and will also have oversight of Parkroyal Nay Pyi Taw, a 90-room hotel which opened last April in Myanmars capital.

Of dual French and Italian nationality, Jean-Marc has over 28 years of industry experience from across Europe and Asia, with a strong emphasis on Food & Beverage operations.

He has enjoyed successful tenures with established hotel companies such as Hilton International, Swisstel Hotels & Resorts, Meritus Hotels & Resorts, Raffles Hotels and Resorts, and Kempinski Hotels in numerous countries including Japan, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Spain, Italy and Maldives.

Most recently, Jean-Marc was General Manager of Kempinski Hotel Bahia in Costa de Sol, Spain where he led the 145-unit property to attain stronger financial profitability, operational efficiency and improved guest satisfaction rankings.

Jean-Marc is a highly experienced hotelier with a global mindset, possessing a rich depth of operational knowledge, strategic planning capabilities and commitment to driving service and performance excellence. He is well-poised to lead Parkroyal Yangon in its next stage of growth as the hotel marks another milestone with the completion of its extensive refreshment. We warmly welcome Jean-Marc to the group and look forward to achieving great things with him, said Bernold Schroeder, Chief Executive Officer, Pan Pacific Hotels Group.

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