Benchmark names Nicole Di Maio corporate director of revenue management

The Copley Square Hotel in Boston, a member of Benchmark's Gemstone Collection. Photo credit: Benchmark

Benchmark, a global hospitality company, named Nicole Di Maio corporate director of revenue management. Ted Davis, Benchmark’s chief sales and marketing officer, made the announcement. Di Maio is located in Benchmark’s regional office in New Jersey.

Nicole Di Maio. Photo credit:

“It is indeed a pleasure to congratulate Nicole on this well-served promotion,” Davis said in a statement. “She has performed superbly in her previous positions with our company and has contributed significantly to the successful growth of our revenue management function. Nicole is another wonderful example of how Benchmark helps grow careers.”

Nicole Di Maio previously held the position of regional director of revenue management for Benchmark. During her tenure with the company, Di Maio served successfully in a number of revenue management positions, including area director of revenue and revenue manager. She began with Benchmark as reservations manager.


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Di Maio is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University where she earned her master’s in hospitality degree. She resides in Long Valley, N.J.

Benchmark is a development, management, marketing and owner-advisory services company for resorts, hotels, conference centers and exclusive private clubs. In addition to the company’s Benchmark Resorts & Hotels portfolio, the Gemstone Collection is a luxury portfolio of independent hotels & resorts in highly preferred destinations.

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