Fri, 5 August 2016

Mvenpick Hotels & Resorts Appoints Olivier Chavy as CEO

Mvenpick Hotels & Resorts has appointed Olivier Chavy, 52, as CEO.

Olivier Chavy, who will take over the leadership from Jean-Gabriel Prs in September 2016, has a 28-year track record in hotel operations and brand management.

We are delighted to welcome Olivier to Mvenpick Hotels & Resorts, said Jrgen Fischer, Chairman of Mvenpick Hotels & Resorts. Olivier will continue to drive value for Mvenpick's shareholders, hotel ownership partners, employees and guests alike. I am sure that Olivier will propel the company into the next chapter of growth, building on the impressive, existing development pipeline, which will allow us to grow Mvenpick's network to more than 100 upscale, full-service hotels in the very near future.

Olivier Chavy has a solid operating experience including hotel openings on three different continents. He served as International Head, Global Brand Performance of Luxury & Lifestyle Brands for Hilton Worldwide. His experience in brand building and development in the hospitality industry has led him to his current role as President and Chief Executive Officer of Wilson Associates, the leading global interior architectural design firm.

Olivier Chavy received his Masters in Business Administration from Cornell University, a postgraduate diploma from ESSEC Business School and a BA in Hotel Management from Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Hotel Management School in France.

Olivier Chavy is a dual citizen of the United States and France. He is fluent in French, English and German. 

See also: HD Video Interview with General Manager of Movenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok.

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