Industry Update
Appointment20 March 2017

Sherif Malak

Appointed Director of Business Development
At Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Sherif MalakThe five-star Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana has appointed Sherif Malak as director of business development. Malak is a hotel sales veteran having dedicated the past decade in the job, in the UAE. In his new position, Malak will be responsible for leading and directing the development and implementation of strategic sales plans for the 443-room Abu Dhabi resort. Malak completed his bachelor’s degree in 2003 and began his journey with Rotana Management Hotel Corporation. Within a short span of time, Malak progressed to assistant director of sales at the Abu Dhabi area sales office which led to his current appointment.

Rotana Hotel Management Corporation Ltd.

Rotana Hotel Management Corporation (Rotana) was founded in 1992, by a partnership between two visionary thinkers, Nasser Al Nowais and Selim El Zyr, who were joined three years later by Nael Hashweh and Imad Elias.
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