Jurys Inn hires director of sales for MICE

Jurys Inn Hotel Group is to expand its meeting and events offering, with the appointment of Richard Money as director of sales for MICE.

Richard Money joins Jurys Inn
Richard Money joins Jurys Inn

This new position has been created to support the hotel group's growth in the meeting and events market. With the addition of eight new hotels, the number of available meeting rooms within Jurys Inn has increased by 78% in the past year.

Money 's responsibilities include overseeing the meetings and events operation at six Hilton hotels and a Crowne Plaza, that are operated by the parent group, Amaris Hospitality.

Two of the largest hotels within Money's remit include Jurys Inn Hinckley Island and Jurys Inn Oxford. Both hotels are currently undergoing a complete refurbishment with more than £18 million invested.

Bringing more than 20 years’ experience to the role, Money spent 11 years with DeVere Hotels before moving to The Belfry Hotel & Golf Resort as regional account manager.  More recently, he has worked in Singapore for Q Lifestyle and held business development roles in the UK at Zibrant, 2BP and Imago.

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