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Hotel Industry’s Newest Rising Star Honoured

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Hotel Industry’s Newest Rising Star Honoured

Janelle McClintock of Auckland is the new ServiceIQ Hotel Industry Outstanding Young Executive of the Year.

Janelle works as Reservations Yield Manager at the Jet Park Hotel, Auckland Airport. Her career includes working at prestigious hotels including Hilton and Langham, after studying at Manukau Institute of Technology and Rosehill College. With more than six years experience in the hotel industry, Janelle now leads the team of Jet Park reservations staff.

The ServiceIQ award honours young hotel executives who have made an exceptional contribution to their employer and the industry over the past year. It was presented as part of the New Zealand Hotel Industry Awards 2014, held at the Pullman Auckland.

ServiceIQ chief executive Dean Minchington says the hotel industry offers an attractive career path for young New Zealanders, and Janelle’s rapid advancement shows the sector’s career potential for talented people with the right skills and training.

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