Intercontinental Doha gets new DoSM

InterContinental veteran Saheb Sadaghiani makes switch to Qatar for maiden stint in the Middle East

Saheb Sadaghiani.
Saheb Sadaghiani.

InterContinental Doha The City has appointed Saheb Sadaghiani as director of sales and marketing.

In her new role at InterContinental Doha The City, Sadaghiani is responsible in overseeing - sales strategies and initiatives, marketing and public relations, and maximising revenue growth for the property through room bookings, meetings and conventions, and events. 

She joins the team from InterContinental Kiev, with over 18 years of experience in the hotel industry particularly with InterContinental Hotels Group.

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Prior to her most recent role at InterContinental Kiev, Sadaghiani was also cluster director of sales and marketing in Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn Express Istanbul – ORA.

In addition, Sadaghiani has held positions as the director of sales and marketing of Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn Istanbul and as general manager of L’Occitane En Provence in Turkey.

The hotel’s outgoing general manager Pascal Eggerstedt said: “With a solid background in sales and marketing as well as the InterContinental and IHG brands, Saheb will be a valuable asset to the hotel.

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