SiuYin Ko appointed corporate director of sales at Rosewood Hotels & Resorts

SiuYin Ko has been appointed corporate director of sales by Rosewood Hotels & Resorts. In this role, she will provide leadership and strategic direction for Rosewood’s North American regional sales organization. Ko will also establish a new regional office in San Francisco – expanding the brand’s global sales footprint with its 13th regional office and its second West Coast office – and will focus on establishing key business partnerships and elevating brand awareness in the region.

SiuYin Ko, corporate director
of sales at Rosewood Hotels
& Resorts 

Ko joins Rosewood as a global sales leader and entrepreneur having formed Chrysalis Development Group to provide strategic services to a variety of leading luxury and lifestyle hotel brands. Ko has extensive experience in the incentive, meetings and events industry, including over 20 years at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts where she served as regional director of sales.  

Under her leadership, Ko’s sales teams achieved top honors within the Four Seasons worldwide sales organization. In addition to her tenure at Four Seasons, her prior roles both at CSI DMC and The Performance Group allowed her to work collaboratively and as a trusted partner to clients nationwide.

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“SiuYin is an exceptional addition to Rosewood Hotel Group’s regional sales organization,” said Radha Arora, president of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts. “Her proven leadership and ability to both collaborate and advise make her an invaluable asset to Rosewood as we continue our expansion around the globe.”

Ko is a graduate from California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo where she earned a bachelor of science in business and managerial economics.

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts manages 18 luxury properties in 11 countries, with 18 new hotels under development.

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