The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest names revenue management head

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The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest has announced the appointment of Daniel Kusch as its new director of revenue management, responsible for the hotel’s overall revenue management activities, says a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The hotel said that one of Kuschʼs main objectives will be to track and achieve the financial target and goals with The Ritz-Carlton brand in Hungary.

Kusch, who officially joins the hotel as of May 2019, brings a decade of professional experience to the management team. Recently relocated from Nur-Sultan (formerly Astana), Kazakhstan, he has worked for market-leading hotels such as The Jaffa, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Tel Aviv, where, among other projects, he took additional responsibilities during the post-opening time.

Before joining The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, Kusch gained experience at The St. Regis Astana, where he led the reservation team during the pre-opening and opening period, and at the Aloft Abu Dhabi, where he was tasked with the coordination of strategic planning activities, and creating the sales strategy for the hotel, which has more than 408 rooms, five F&B outlets, and three meeting rooms.

"I feel honored to join The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, which is a real icon in the hotel industry all around the world," Kusch says. "It is a true professional challenge to contribute to the outstanding service of The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, both for foreign and local audiences."

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