Pacific World announces management restructure

Pacific World has overhauled its senior management structure to maintain growth in its European markets, following a buoyant year of trading.

Harsha Krishnan, strategic development director at Pacific World
Harsha Krishnan, strategic development director at Pacific World

The DMC and event management company has seen strong revenue growth in both the UK and France in 2014, reporting 25% and 70% growth respectively.

The management changes have resulted in Mark Barber being appointed regional director of Europe, leading teams and businesses in Spain, Monaco, France and the UK. Barber will remain finance director for the group.

Meanwhile, Harsha Krishnan, strategic development director for Pacific World, has been given additional responsibiity for sales and marketing functions.

Global managing director Herve Joseph-Antoine said: "We want to focus the business on key strategic opportunities and to fully utilise the strengths and capabilities of an effective senior management team. Both Harsha and Mark are recognised across the Pacific World teams for their tremendous impact on performance, as well their leadership skills.

"This growth has come through continuously focusing on our clients’ requirements and quickly adapting services to these needs across the Pacific World network of fully owned and operated destinations."

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