InterContinental welcomes new director of sales and marketing

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The InterContinental Budapest has announced its newly appointed Director of Sales and Marketing, Michael Borges, who has worked in the hospitality industry for 15 years at such hotel chains as Starwood Hotels and Resorts and Hilton Worldwide, according to a press release issued today.

Prior to transferring to Budapest, Borges, a dual citizen of both Canada and Portugal, was the director of sales and marketing at the five-star Epic Sana hotel in Lisbon.

During his tenure at InterContinental, the new director will be responsible for the strategic operation and reorganization of the sales, marketing and reservation departments, as well as assisting InterContinental Budapest in becoming a leader in the business hotel segment in Budapest.

InterContinental Hotels and Resorts boasts 168 hotels worldwide and is the world’s largest hotel group by number of rooms. The chain is present in over 60 countries. The InterContinental Hotel Group owns, manages, leases or franchises, through its subsidiaries, more than 4,500 hotels and over 650,000 guest rooms in nearly 100 countries and territories around the world, the press release added.

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