Grand Millennium Business Bay appoints director of sales and marketing

Hussein Gamaleldin has more than 18 years of extensive experience in sales & marketing in the hospitality industry

Hussein Gamaleldin
Hussein Gamaleldin

Grand Millennium Business Bay has appointed Hussein Gamaleldin as director of sales and marketing of the hotel.

Bringing more than 18 years of extensive experience in sales & marketing in the hospitality industry, Hussein will play a pivotal role in developing key sales & marketing strategies to drive commercial productivity and growth for Grand Millennium Business Bay

A graduate degree holder in hotel management and hotel operations, Gamaleldin began his career in Grand Hyatt Cairo and then moved to various international brands like Starwood, Marriott, The Address Hotels & Resorts, the IHG group, Oberoi & more.

Commenting on his appointment, Gamaleldin said: “I am proud to join the Grand Millennium Business Bay family and committed to achieving new heights of success for the hotel. I look forward to attracting new markets for Grand Millennium Business Bay and growing its reputation as one of the leading hotels in the region.”

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