Sajeev Vasudevan joins Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort

The resort, located in the Al Akhdar mountains of Oman, appointed a new director of sales

Sajeev Vasudevan
Sajeev Vasudevan

Sajeev Vasudevan has joined Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort as director of sales.

He has more than 10 years of experience in the field of sales managament, and most recently held the position of director of sales at the Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai.

Prior to that role, he was at The Ritz-Carlton DIFC as associate director of business development on the pre-opening team, and then as director of sales following a promotion.

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Vasudevan also worked at Raffles Dubai from 2008-2010 where he was promoted from sales manager to senior sales manager. He began his career in the hospitality industry in 2005 at Starwood Hotels working as a front office supervisor, and then progressed to groups and incentive executive in 2006 at Grosvenor House and Le Royal Meridien hotels in Dubai.

He studied Hotel Management and graduated from Mumbai University in India with a Bachelor of Commerce.

The resort welcomed a new general manager at the end of 2018.

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