Marriott hires complex PR & marketing manager

Asif Haider is a graduate of the Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management

Asif Haider
Asif Haider

Asif Haider has been brought in as complex PR & marketing manager at two of Marriott’s luxury properties in the UAE.

Haider will work to promote Al Maha, a Luxury Collection Desert Resort and Spa, Dubai and Le Meridien Al Aqah Beach Resort, Fujairah.

Born and raised in Dubai, Haider is a graduate of the Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management. In 2015 he joined Verve Marketing and Communications managing several hospitality and tourism clients across Dubai.

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During his time at Verve, he played a key role in the implementation of PR campaigns during the pre-opening of three properties, including Sheraton Oman Hotel and Four Points by Sheraton Sharjah.

In his in-house position, he will be expected to strengthen the presence of the two properties and help in all marketing and PR initiatives.

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