HVMG names Guimbellot VP of revenue management, channel strategy

Hospitality Ventures Management Group announced that Susan Weigel Guimbellot joined the company as VP of revenue management and channel strategy.

“We continuously seek to enhance our bench strength with seasoned hoteliers to support our current portfolio along with our aggressive expansion, which includes a meaningful development pipeline, as well as ongoing renovation/repositioning projects, in order to optimize returns,” said Robert S. Cole, HVMG president and CEO. “Revenue management plays such a vital role in achieving superior market share and profitability. Susan’s diversified experience and innovative programs will give our portfolio a further competitive advantage, especially as the industry cycle continues to mature.”  

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In her new role, Guimbellot will oversee revenue management and channel strategy at both the property and corporate levels. Before joining HVMG, her most recent position was VP of revenue management & distribution for Denihan Hospitality Group. Previously, she spent more than 10 years with American and Delta airlines and eight years with Starwood as VP, channel intelligence, and senior director of distribution strategy & metrics.

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