Jumeirah appoints cluster director of sales and marketing in Abu Dhabi

Figen Caglar has joined the cluster as director of sales and marketing

Figen Caglar
Figen Caglar

Jumeirah Abu Dhabi Cluster, which includes Jumeirah at Etihad Towers and Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort, has appointed Figen Caglar as the cluster director of sales and marketing.

Caglar brings over 25 years of experience in hospitality across sales and marketing roles.

The Turkish national started her career in Istanbul, where she joined the Hyatt Group and worked her way up from guest relations manager to director of sales and marketing.

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During her time with Hyatt, Caglar launched a number of new brands like the Park Hyatt Istanbul – Macka Palas.

Following a further three years working for Movenpick Hotel in Istanbul, Caglar joined the Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts group with Shangri-La Bosphorus Istanbul and spent five years in multinational senior sales & marketing roles.

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