Sumeet Suri is the new General Manager of JW Marriott Kolkata

Sumeet Suri is the new General Manager of JW Marriott Kolkata

Sumeet Suri has been appointed as the General Manager at JW Marriott Kolkata. Sumeet brings to the table a huge repertoire of knowledge and expertise in the dynamics of hotel management, administration and operations. His strong dexterity comes from his vast experience and extensive cognizance from skilfully managing multiple brands at various parts of the country. His dynamism, passion for the industry and leadership skills have contributed to exceptional results. Other than a flamboyant leader, Sumeet is also a great coach and mentor who stresses the fundamentals, the intrinsic skills that make his team a consistent winner. Having proved himself to be an asset to the hospitality industry, Sumeet has received accolades for his keen business acumen which has further bolstered the presence of the hotel brands in the regions he has catered to.

At JW Marriott Kolkata, holding this pivotal designation entails him to oversee the operational activities and be in charge of the hotel. The maestro earned his repute over two decades of utmost diligence and his robust leadership qualities, and passion for the industry has contributed to impeccable results across all the properties under his ambit. Upgrading productivity, ensuring patron satisfaction and strategic initiatives are some of his key responsibilities.

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