Brown joins Preferred Hotel Group

Dominic Brown has joined The Preferred Hotel Group as Manager, Global Sales-UK with the specific responsibility of delivering quality, incremental conference & incentive business to member hotels. He joins the Preferred Hotel Group from Maritim Hotels, where he was Account Manager responsible for all sales to the UK for the conference and incentive market. Prior to this role Dominic worked for Banks Sadler, the venue finding organization and representation company Marketplaces. The Preferred Hotel Group is a multi-branded organization that delivers high-performance sales, marketing and technology solutions to more than 300 luxury independent hotels in over 50 countries through its brands – Preferred Hotels® & Resorts, Summit Hotels & Resorts, Boutique and Sterling Hotels. Brown’s role at the Preferred Hotel Group will include the critical task of promoting member hotels to existing customers as well as expanding the customer base to further increase revenue from the groups market for member hotels. "I am delighted that Dominic will be joining us. He has good experience within the conference and incentive market and this will help expand our business in the UK" said Sandy Masson, Regional Director EMEA Sales. "As well as looking after existing customers, Dominic will be looking at ways to expand the customer base and increase the visibility of the brands."

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