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Heritage Hotel Management Marketing Manager Appointment

Heritage Hotel Management Marketing Manager Appointment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Heritage Hotel Management is delighted to announce the appointment of Scott Rees as marketing manager.

Scott has considerable experience in services marketing. Most recently he has held the position of marketing portfolio manager for State Insurance at IAG New Zealand.

Prior to this, Scott was marketing manager for Massey University and has previously worked in the hospitality industry as the marketing manager and product manager for BTI New Zealand, now known as HRG New Zealand.

Scott holds a postgraduate diploma in business and administration (marketing) and a bachelor of business studies (marketing) from Massey University. Scott also has a certificate of direct marketing from the Direct Marketing Association.


“I am looking forward to helping grow the pre-eminent range of four star plus properties in the Heritage Hotel Management portfolio in the competitive New Zealand hospitality market. With 18 hotels already in the group and more coming on stream soon, it’s going to be a very exciting role," says Scott.


Scott will be based at the Heritage Hotel Management Corporate Offices in Auckland and will be responsible for marketing strategy and execution, digital and above the line activity, and market research. Plus, brand development for Heritage Hotels, CityLife Hotels and the rapidly growing Heritage Boutique Collection.

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