Hazem Aouad joins Kempinski Hotel Ajman as DOSM

Hazem Aouad has more than 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry in the Middle East

Hazem Aouad
Hazem Aouad

Kempinski Hotel Ajman has appointed Hazem Aouad as its director of sales and marketing.

Prior to his current role, Aouad was the director of sales and marketing for Fairmont Dubai.

He began his career with The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company in 2002 in a GCC property, and then moved to the UAE in 2005 with The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai. He moved to Kempinski in 2008 with the Kempinski Hotel, Mall of the Emirates as assistant director of sales, and left in November 2010 as director of sales.

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He then joined Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group as the cluster director of sales & marketing at the Radisson Royal Hotel, Dubai and Radisson Blu Resort, Fujairah - before moving to Fairmont.

A Lebanese national, Aouad obtained a bachelor’s degree in Hotel & Tourism Management from the Notre Dame University in Lebanon before completing a Postgraduate Diploma at University Cesar Ritz, Brig, Switzerland.

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