Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai makes DOSM appointment

Purnima Sunil has more than two decades of experience in the hospitality industry

Punirma Sunil
Punirma Sunil

Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai has appointed Purnima Sunil as the property's director of sales and marketing.

With more than two decades of experience in the hospitality industry, Sunil was previously employed at Bonnington Hotel Dubai, where she held the role of director of business development from 2015 to 2018.

Indian national Sunil began her career in Mumbai, India before moving to Oman's Al Sawadi Beach Resort Rotana in 1995. She then moved to the Sanna Sheraton in Yemen before returning to Oman in 1997.

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She left the Sultanate in 2004 to join the Novotel-Ibis World Trade Centre in Dubai where she stayed until 2010 as the director of sales. She has also worked at the Movenpick Hotel Deira.

Sunil holds a Bachelors’ Degree in Economics from Mumbai University, specialising in sales and marketing, revenue optimisation, product development and team management.

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