Paul Mulcahy appointed as managing director for Wyndham's RCI EMEA

Mulcahy’s career spans more than two decades in hospitality, travel industries

Paul Mulcahy RCI
Paul Mulcahy RCI

RCI, reportedly the “world's largest” timeshare vacation exchange network as part of Wyndham Destinations has appointed Paul Mulcahy as managing director for RCI operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

According to RCI, Mulcahy, whose career spans more than two decades in both the hospitality and travel industries, has led a combination of finance, marketing and planning strategies at both corporate and divisional levels across EMEA.

Mulcahy most recently served as senior vice president at Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts, where he was a member of the executive committee. He led the hospitality firm's commercial and digital transformation, driving promotional activities that enhanced customer experience, loyalty and satisfaction.

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Prior to Mövenpick, he led distribution for the tourism services brand Pierre & Vacances Center Parcs Group through direct web business, CRM, and call centers.

Mulcahy has served in leadership roles for global online travel company, and he was also the e-commerce director at the InterContinental Hotels Group.

"Paul is a dynamic leader with extensive international experience who is committed to delivering best-in-class sales and marketing strategies to help us reignite growth at RCI," said Olivier Chavy, president of RCI Exchanges.

A native of Ireland, Mulcahy participated in INSEAD's Creating Customer Value International Marketing Program. He earned an MBA from Lancaster University, UK, a master's degree in economics from the University of Leicester, UK, and an undergraduate degree in economics, with a minor in French, from University College Cork, Ireland.

Mulcahy will be based at the RCI offices in Kettering, UK.

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