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Garrick Loft - New GM Sales & Marketing

Garrick Loft - New GM Sales & Marketing Heritage Hotel Management – for Immediate Release


Heritage Hotel Management is delighted to announce the appointment of Garrick Loft as the new general manager of sales and marketing. Garrick was previously senior sales manager - New Zealand at the New Zealand International Conference Centre.

He has experience working in hospitality and tourism on both sides of the Tasman, including operational roles at Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Hindley and Melbourne’s Mantra Tullamarine Hotel, as well as Hilton Auckland and Oakridge Resort Grand Mercure. He has also more recently worked in senior management roles for TravelClick and APX Travel Management.

“Garrick’s many years of sales and marketing experience stands him in good stead for his new role. He has an excellent background spanning hotels, the meeting and events industry, plus, large exposure to the corporate world through APX and TravelClick. We are looking forward to utilising his leadership experience, project management skills and revenue generation capabilities,” says Graham Yan, Chief Executive Officer of Heritage Hotel Management.

“I am excited to join such a well-respected and established hotel group as the GM of sales and marketing. It is an important role at this juncture in the growth of the company. I will be drawing on my experience in the various industry segments and distribution networks to create a strategy that embraces the current challenges and opportunities facing our industry,” says Garrick.

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