Rocco Forte Hotels makes two new C&I hires

Rocco Forte Hotels has appointed Claire Mahon and Kos Kaklidakis to the senior C&I sales team at its London head office.

Claire Mahon, global sales manager for C&I and entertainment
Claire Mahon, global sales manager for C&I and entertainment

Claire Mahon, formerly of Jumeirah Hotels, has joined Rocco Forte Hotels as global sales manager for C&I and entertainment. In her new role she will be responsible for looking after the key C&I accounts globally, reporting to Kos Kaklidakis and Richard Bousfield, director of global sales for Europe and the Middle East.

Kos Kaklidakis has also joined the Rocco Forte team as director of global sales, overseeing the sales efforts in C&I and entertainment for the London office as well as business from film, music and media companies. He will work together with Claire Mahon and will report to Richard Bousfield. Before starting at Rocco Forte Hotels, Kos was acting director of sales Worldwide at Maybourne Hotel Group.

These appointments come after the launch of Rocco Forte Hotels new events programme, where Silver, Gold and Platinum packages are  personalised and tailored to clients' individual requirements with tiered benefits for meeting planners, as well as unique offerings for delegates throughout their stay

More:

Inspiration File: Rocco Forte's new C&I offer

In Pictures: Rocco Forte Kitchen Party

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