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InterContinental appoints new manager

Repeka Nasiko
Sunday, February 03, 2013

DAVID Pearson has been appointed the new InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa conference and events manager.

In an announcement, the resort revealed the former Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn Hotels business development director was a new inclusion to their staff.

Mr Pearson has over seven years experience in both food and beverage operations and MICE sales.

He brings invaluable experience to the team after overseeing sales for six Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn hotels in the Northern Territory of Australia as business development director.

Mr Pearson will be responsible for cultivating relationships and developing new business within the MICE side of the resort's business.

"I am extremely excited to join a resort and team with such an amazing reputation," said Mr Pearson. "I am looking forward to continuing to deliver authentic and enriching experiences to guests in my role as conference and events manager and can't wait to grow with the InterContinental team."

Resort general manager Scott Williams said Mr Pearson's expertise would strengthen the proficiency of their team and would be integral in addressing a wider range of clients' needs.





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