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Beachcomber Sainte Anne Resort & Spa this week promoted two more Seychellois to senior management positions.

The announcement for the promotion of Marie Denise Denis to the position of reservations & front office manager and Ayub Thomas Appoo as commercial executive was made by Norbert Couvreur, the general manager of the Sainte Anne Resort and Spa and Gilbert Espitalier-Noel, the chief executive of the Beachcomber Hotels at a general staff gathering in the resort’s Mont Fleuri restaurant.

Also present at the meeting was Minister Alain St Ange, the Seychelles Minister for Tourism and Culture; Sherin Naiken, the chief executive of the island’s tourism board; Francois Venin, the commercial director for Beachcomber Hotels and Cello Masson the company’s financial director.

Speaking to the Beachcomber Sainte Anne Resort and Spa staff Mr Couvreur said that the promotions of Marie Denise Denis and Ayub Thomas Appoo was the result of their hard work and their dedication to the resort.

Mr Couvreur also spoke about the successes of the resort and explained the vision in place by the company in its drive to ensure that its Sainte Anne property continues to perform for Seychelles and for the Beachcomber Group.

“I thank all the staff for their continued support and hard work,” said Mr Couvreur.

On his part Mr Espitalier-Noel spoke about the company’s commitment to its staff and to its hotel in Seychelles.

“This is my second visit to Sainte Anne since I was appointed CEO of the company and I want to assure you all that I appreciate the work that has been done to make our resort in Seychelles so successful,” said Mr Espitalier-Noel as he invited Minister St Ange to address the gathered staff members.

“Today we see two more Seychellois being promoted to senior management positions at the Sainte Anne Resort & Spa. As we say congratulations to Marie Denise Denis and Ayub Thomas Appoo on their promotions, we also say to Beachcomber well done. Your buildings cannot and will not be a resort if you do not have dedicated staff because they remain your greatest asset. Caring for them and ensuring they see opportunities for them to grow is so important. The government of Seychelles will continue to work with and encourage hotels who open doors for our work force,” said Minister St Ange.

Source : Seychelles NATION

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