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Go back to the enewsletter Aman is pleased to a

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >Aman is pleased to announce the appointment of Elliott Miller as Director of Sales, Australia and New Zealand. Representing a first for the company and the importance it places on these key markets, Elliott will be leading sales efforts and activities for Aman in these regions.Elliott will be paying particular attention to the existing properties within the collection including Amangalla and Amanwella in Sri Lanka; Amandari, Amankila, Amanusa in Bali; Amanpuri in Phuket; and Aman’s three China properties Amandayan, Amanfayun and Aman Summer Palace. In addition, Elliott will represent Aman’s latest launches which include Amanera in the Dominican Republic which launched in November 2015, and Amanemu which will launch in March 2016 and which will be an onsen resort in Shima National Park.After graduating with a degree in Hotel Management from Westminster College in 1995, Elliott left his native UK to begin his career as Senior Sales Manager for Hunter Valley Gardens in Sydney, Australia. He further honed his sales skills with the InterContinental Hotels Group back home in London, before joining COMO Hotels & Resorts in 2006.In his previous role before joining Aman, Elliott opened the COMO office in Sydney and assumed the position of Regional Director of Sales (Australia & South Asia). His role encompassed a wide range of responsibilities, growing brand awareness and sourcing new business in the region, whilst managing all market segments including wholesalers, travel agencies, lifestyle and concierge companies, meetings and events, corporates and TMCs.Based in Sydney, Elliott reports to Global Head of Sales, Christina Deeny. An avid adventurer and passionate traveller, Elliott is happiest when experiencing new destinations, whether downhill mountain biking in Bhutan, trekking on China’s Great Wall or summiting Kilimanjaro.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img

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