Swissôtel Al Ghurair appoints director of sales and marketing

Tunde Nagy has worked in the hospitality industry for 15 years

Tunde Nagy
Tunde Nagy

Swissôtel Al Ghurair has appointed Tunde Nagy as the director of sales and marketing.

A 15-year industry veteran with extensive experience in the hospitality sector, Nagy will oversee sales and revenue generation at the 620-room property, including Swissotel Living, and will help to develop the scope and role of the hotel’s sales and marketing team.

Originally from Romania, she has held a wide range of leadership roles at properties in the USA, UK and UAE.
She joins Swissôtel Al Ghurair from the Dubai commercial cluster of Jumeirah Group where she held several roles from 2015 – 2019, most recently in the capacity of market director of sales.

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As part of her role at Jumeirah Group, Nagy spearheaded the opening of three hotels under the ‘Zabeel House by Jumeirah’ brand.
She began working in the hospitality industry in September 2004 as a management trainee with Marriott Hotels in North Carolina, USA.

“We are thrilled to welcome Tunde to our executive leadership team,” said Dominic Arel, General Manager of Swissôtel Al Ghurair.

“Her expert knowledge of the destination and extensive network of contacts throughout the GCC, paired with her proven ability to strategically lead the growth of a brand, makes her a valuable addition to our hotel family.

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