Eliot Hamlisch joins Wyndham as VP, sales operation and innovation

Wyndham Hotel Group appointed Eliot Hamlisch to VP, sales operations and innovation, reporting Kathy Maher (WHG’s EVP of global sales and revenue management).
 

Hamlisch previously worked with Starwood Hotels & Resorts

In his new role, Hamlisch will manage all functions for global sales relative to systems administration, data management and reporting, sales communications and marketing, project management and processes to increase sales efficiency and effectiveness. He will also drive the development and expansion of sales tools and systems that are vital to the success of the global sales team for WHG.
  
Prior to joining WHG, Hamlisch most recently held the position of director, sales strategy and operations with Starwood Hotels and Resorts where he was responsible for developing, executing and supporting ongoing initiatives to drive profitable growth across North America. Earlier in his career, Hamlisch held a number of strategic planning, development and customer engagement positions with Deloitte Consulting and American Express Company. Hamlisch achieved a bachelor's degree in psychology from Harvard College and a master's in business administration from Harvard Business School.

 
 

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