Great Hotels of the World (http://www.ghotw.com) the London-based hotel sales and marketing alliance has strengthened its meeting and incentive sales team with the promotion of Armand Guillemot to Director of Sales – Meetings & Incentives (Click here for career biography and photo: http://www.ghotw.com/mediapage.aspx?id=12962).
The position will see Armand take full control of Great Hotels of the World’s MICE sales desk including management of the rest of the team, promoting and bringing MICE business to member hotels from buyers in Europe, the USA and new markets and guaranteeing the best possible rates for Great Hotels of the World clients.
Armand Guillemot has been with Great Hotels of the World since February 2009 when he joined the company as MICE sales executive. On his new appointment, Armand comments, “It’s clear that MICE buyers are after different products to impress their delegates and at Great Hotels of the World, we have the best properties for their needs. From three-star properties with great value for money up to luxurious five-star deluxe resorts we can answer anyone’s need and I’m really looking forward to this challenging and enjoyable role.”
Great Hotels of the World has recently launched their new Meetings, Incentive and Corporate Travel Collection directory and e-book. Browse the ebook here.
Great Hotels of the World (http://www.ghotw.com) provides global hotel reservation, sales and marketing services for an exclusive portfolio of primarily independent hotels and resorts worldwide. Great Hotels of the World provides a range of products, services and innovative technology solutions for over 250 hotels worldwide through trade shows, e-marketing, business travel sales, meeting and incentive sales, public relations, Meeting Forums and a private label GDS chain code (GW).
By acknowledging that each hotel’s core business is different, Great Hotels of the World help’s hotels and consumers to “find their niche” by categorising member hotels into niche travel markets. Great Hotels’ dedicated programmes are aimed at the leisure, meetings and incentive and corporate markets, whilst the individual leisure collections reach precise areas of the market in which the hotel specialises in including gourmet, spa, golf, honeymoon and many more.
Membership of Great Hotels of the World is split into three tiers: the Luxury Collection, the Premium Collection and the Classic Collection and is by invitation only. Hotels must meet strict criteria before being accepted into the brand.
Further information on Great Hotels of the World can be found at http://www.info.ghotw.com.