Commercial Director of Corinthia Hotels makes his first visit to India

The Senior Commercial Director of Corinthia Hotels, Matthew Dixon was on his first visit to India in March 2018, to understand the Indian landscape. Outbound Marketing, the sales and marketing office for Corinthia Hotels in India, introduced Dixon to the influencers and opinion makers of the Travel Fraternity, Media, Corporate, Golf Associations and Wedding Planners in Delhi and Mumbai. The networking events hosted by Corinthia Hotels in both cities were an appropriate platform for Dixon to interact and showcase Corinthia Hotels as a top luxury hotel brand and a leader in the craftsmanship of hospitality, valuing authenticity, passion and understanding.

“Corinthia Hotels focus on providing discreet services to their clients, thus servicing the luxury travellers from India in some of the most exciting destinations in the world, such as London, St Petersburg, Budapest, Prague, Malta and Lisbon to name a few,” said Vasudha Sondhi, Managing Director Outbound Marketing. Mathew Dixon also drew attention to the benefits and unique experiences that Corinthia properties have to offer to the different segments of Indian travellers. He also hoped to drive business to its properties from India and expected more in the coming days.

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