WATG announces MEA growth plans

Mike Seyle, president and CEO of global destination design firm WATG, accepted the board of directors’ request to extend his leadership term for another five years.

As part of WATG’s expansion plans in the Middle East and Africa, Seyle will relocate with his family to London to be closer to markets. The London office was opened in 1991 and is one of WATG’s fastest growing operations.

WATG and affiliated design studio Wimberly Interiors specialize in hospitality and experiential design from their offices in London, Singapore, Istanbul, Honolulu, Irvine, Los Angeles and New York. The firm is best known for creating internanumerous international destinations in 160 countries. WATG offers various kinds of full service design services, such as planning, urban design, architecture, landscape, interior design and strategy for urban tourism and resort destinations.

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