Hilton appoints cluster marketing & communications manager for Ras Al Khaimah properties

Dora Hrkač has more than a decade of public relations and journalism experience

Dora Hrkač
Dora Hrkač

Hilton has appointed Dora Hrkač as the cluster marketing & communications manager, responsible for driving the communication strategies for Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Resort and Spa and Hilton Garden Inn, Ras Al Khaimah.

A Croatian national with more than a decade of public relations and journalism experience, Hrkač joins Hilton from Atlas, the destination management company in Croatia, where she oversaw multidisciplinary teams across marketing, sales, MICE and business travel.

In this role, Hrkač will develop and deliver comprehensive marketing strategies to reach the wide audience of the Hilton Ras Al Khaimah properties.

Commenting on her new position, Hrkač said: “I have been a long-time admirer of the Hilton brand, recognised throughout the world as one of the beacons of hospitality. It’s an honour to join the team in Ras Al Khaimah and looking forward to implementing a range of activities which will create engaging, impactful experiences for our guests.”

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