Saturday, November 18, 2017
Sofitel Wentworth

Sydney Wentworth appointments

Following the recent appointment of its new general manager Erkin Aytekin in May, the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth welcomes three new senior executives to the hotel.

Geoffrey Webb joins the hotel as director of sales & marketing, responsible for both the business and leisure sectors, as well as the marketing and the reservations teams. Geoffrey has more than twenty-five years’ experience working in Australia, Canada and the United States. He spent almost 10 years working for the InterContinental Hotels group and most recently worked for Accor as director of sales & marketing – special projects.

Jenifer Dwyer-Slee has joined the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth to take on the role of director of sales – MICE. A highly experienced executive who has worked for Accor for more than eight years Jenifer will be responsible for the meetings, incentives, conferences & events segments, as well as the conference & events sales team for the Sofitel in Sydney. Most recently she was director of sales – business events Australia, based at Accor’s Corporate Office.

Joining Jenifer in the MICE team in the role of business development manager is Stephanie Humphries. Stephanie was most recently working as business development manager – events, at Luna Park Sydney. Prior to this, Stephanie spent 12 years working at The Star across multiple roles.

 

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