New DOSM lands at The Chedi Muscat

Roko Palmic has more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry

Roko Palmic
Roko Palmic

The Chedi Muscat has appointed Roko Palmic as director of sales & marketing.

As director of sales & marketing, he will be leading the sales and marketing team as well as develop and implement strategic sales and marketing plans to achieve short and long-term objectives of the property.

Palmic has more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry and has held progressive management roles within leading hospitality companies, including Park Hyatt, Marriott, Austria Trend, Regent, Leading Hotels of the World and InterContinental.

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He started his career at Dorint Hotels & Resorts in 1998 as assistant front office manager and he continued in different hospitality brands in Austria, Czech Republic and Croatia, where he held various roles within the sales & marketing department.

Palmic joins The Chedi Muscat from his most recent position as director of sales & marketing at Regent Porto Montenegro. He holds a diploma of tourism management from the tourism school in Bad Ischl, Austria.

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