Singapore – Set to open in the second quarter of 2017, the 222-room Sofitel Singapore City Centre has announced the appointment of Freddy See as Director of Sales & Marketing.
See will be responsible for all matters pertaining to sales at the flagship property of Sofitel Hotels & Resorts in Singapore, including marketing, catering and conference services and corporate, group, and leisure rooms.
The 22-year veteran was previously the Sales & Marketing Director at Grand Copthorne Waterfront, where he was instrumental in the SGD17 million (USD12 million) refurbishment and relaunch of the hotel lobby. He also spearheaded sales campaigns while working for the Fairmont Raffles Hotels International chain and the InterContinental Hotels Group.
Sofitel Singapore City Centre is set to open at Tanjong Pagar Centre as the crowning glory of GuocoLand Group’s SGD3.2 billion development, that will include the tallest building in Singapore. The hotel offers eight meeting rooms and a 627 sq m ballroom for up to 800 guests.
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