APPOINTMENT: Jodi Masterson

Director of sales and marketing appointed at The Augustine in Prague

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The Rocco Forte Collection is pleased to announce the appointment of Jodi Masterson as Director of Sales and Marketing at the recently opened The Augustine in Prague.

Jodi has extensive sales and marketing knowledge gained more than 17 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

She has been with The Rocco Forte Collection for seven years most recently as Director of Sales of Marketing at The Lowry Hotel in Manchester where she oversaw the development of core hotel strategy, sales, conferences, marketing, PR, revenue, groups and VIP’s.

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As part of her day-to-day role at The Lowry, Jodi closely monitored the business mix, maximised yield by managing on a daily basis and quickly reacted to the changing business environment.

Jodi comments: “I have worked with The Rocco Forte Collection for seven years and am delighted to be in Prague, ready to begin my next chapter with the company. The Augustine is a very special property in a magical city and I am greatly looking forward to working with the fantastic team here.”

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