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Accor appoints key role in Asia

  • Published by Vedat
In a move for future growth and activity for the timeshare company in SE Asia, Accor Vacation Club Asia announced appointment of its new General Manager.

Clive-van-DeventerClive van Deventer has been appointed as General Manager.

“Clive will form an integral part of our Club’s growth, and our Members can look forward to a professional, growth driven and successful phase in Asia,” said Craig Wood, CEO Accor Vacation Club.

He has a track record of consistent successes within the Vacation Ownership industry within the South Pacific and Southern Africa Region.

He is passionate about absolute client orientation and being the best. Cool under pressure and dedicated to delivering promised objectives. Business astute and studying towards a MBA, he has managed P&L’s from AU$10million to well in excess of AU$140 million.

Based at Accor Vacation Club’s sales centre at the Novotel Nusa Dua Bali, Clive’s team will be striving to increase Asia Club Membership, to allow the Club to expand to other parts of Asia, and increase benefits for all its Members.
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