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Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group appoints Edward Pinchard as Vice President Sales EMEA

Edward Pinchard
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, one of the world’s largest and most dynamic hotel groups, announces the appointment of Edward Pinchard to the role of Vice President Sales, EMEA, starting 3rd August 2015. Edward will be based in Brussels Corporate Office and will report to Eric De Neef, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer.

With this appointment, Carlson Rezidor signals its commitment to promoting from within. Edward joined the group in April 2012 and served as the Global Director of Sales for UK and Ireland. In his new role, Edward will be responsible for driving increased market share and for leading and implementing sales strategy to optimise global revenue growth.

Comments Eric De Neef, Executive Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer: “Edward has extensive experience in the hospitality industry and has proven to be a key member of our UK & Ireland leadership team over the last three years. His work has seen him successfully lead the integration of the national and global sales organisations, whilst also playing an instrumental role in establishing and growing the global partnership between Carlson Rezidor and HRG Worldwide. I am truly delighted to welcome him to a corporate role and look forward to working closely with him in the future.”  

Edward has spent the last 20 years working in the hospitality industry, starting his career with Intercontinental Hotels Group  before going on to work at Hilton Hotels and GHL Hotels  in a variety of sales and commercial roles in Europe, Middle East and The United States.  

Comments Edward Pinchard, “I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time working for the UK & Ireland operation and I look forward to continued success in this new leadership role.”

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