Kevin Naudi, Cluster Director of Sales at InterContinental Malta, has announced he will be leaving his position, after 14 years with the hotel.
Mr Naudi said the St Julian’s hotel would be “a workplace he would always call home.”
“I wish to thank the owners Kevin and Simon De Cesare, the General Managers throughout my time at the hotel for their guidance, Marco J. Frik, Giuseppe Vincelli , Martin van Kan, Lior Bebera, Neal Debono and Carlos Malliaroudakis along with all the employees who I will not name so as not to forget anyone,” he wrote.
“I wish to thank you all for the wonderful learning experience, and the friendship you all showed me. All the very best for the future,” he concluded.
Mr Naudi joined the InterContinental in 2007 as a Corporate Director of Sales. He then became Director Sales in January 2019, before finally becoming Cluster Director of Sales 10 months later.
He has also held sales and marketing roles at Dhalia and Portomaso.
The InterContinental hotel was built and is owned by the Eden Leisure Group and is under a long-term management contract to InterContinental, part of Six Continents Hotels, the world’s widest hospitality group, with 3,300 hotels across the globe.
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