M Hotel Makkah by Millennium reveals new executive assistant manager sales & marketing

The five-star property promoted Khaled Nabil to executive assistant manager of sales and marketing

Khaled Nabil has more than 20 years of experience
Khaled Nabil has more than 20 years of experience

M Hotel Makkah by Millennium, has promoted Khaled Nabil to the post of executive assistant manager for sales and marketing

Nabil, who will oversee all operations in terms of sales and marketing, joined the five-star property as director of sales and marketing in 2017. He brings more than 20 yearr' experience to the role.

Speaking about his promotion Nabil said, “I will not only oversee operations in terms of sales and marketing, but my duties and responsibilities will extend to setting up, implementing and ensuring success to our strategic development plans. I see the future of our property thriving as we keep solidifying our presence in the Saudi market as a place-to-stay for pilgrims and Umrah performers.”

Nabil began his career in sales and marketing with international hotel chains including IHG, Starwood, Radisson Group, Ramada International and Concorde Hotels and Residencies. An Egyptian national, Nabil holds a bachelor degree in hotel management from Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management, Helwan University.

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