“Six Senses has great energy”, says Bryan Gabriel as he steps up to CCO role
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The rapidly expanding Six Senses business, recently acquired by InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) in a US$300m deal, has appointed IHG veteran Bryan Gabriel as chief commercial officer (CCO).

“Joining Six Senses at this time in the group’s expansion is very exciting and I’m looking forward to leading the team into a new era,” said Gabriel. “Six Senses has great energy and we're armed with the latest systems to support our expansion.”

Gabriel will support the brand’s expansion and oversee sales and marketing.

He’s worked with IHG for 15 years, starting as director of sales and marketing at InterContinental Jakarta, then moving through a succession of roles in Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Delhi.

Prior to his CCO appointment, Gabriel was based in Atlanta, Georgia, where he was head of commercial for America, for IHG from 2016. His responsibilities focused on leading sales and marketing initiatives across the company-managed portfolio along with franchised InterContinental and EVEN Hotels.

Educated in Canberra and Melbourne, Gabriel began his career in Australia. His new appointment is based in Bangkok.

“It’s wonderful to return to South East Asia, which was very instrumental in my initial years in the hospitality sector,” he said.

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The rapidly expanding Six Senses business, recently acquired by InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) in a US$300m deal, has appointed IHG veteran Bryan Gabriel as chief commercial officer (CCO).
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