Millennium Resort Mussanah appoints DOSM

Kiran Sonawane has more than 17 years of experience and specialises in managing and positioning luxury beach properties

Appointments, Director of sales & marketing, Dosm, Millennium resort mussanah, Muscat hotels

Millennium Resort Mussanah has welcomed Kiran Sonawane as the property’s new director of sales & marketing.

With more than 17 years of experience, specialising in positioning and managing luxury beach properties, Sonawane will be responsible for overseeing all sales and marketing initiatives including strategic business partnerships and developing sales and marketing promotions, with an aim to achieve a higher number of occupancy, growth and profitability.

He has joined Millennium Resort Mussanah with prior experience working with various hospitality groups such as Taj Palaces, SLH Property, Banyan Tree & Angsana Hotels, Onyx Hospitality, and Sarovar Hotels Group.

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He began his hospitality career in India, where he originally hails from, in 2002 with Renaissance, and has also worked in markets such as Maldives, Australia and Sri Lanka.

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