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Flavour of the Week: Alan Joyce’s new boardroom gig, Tourism Solomons gets new marketing manager + MORE!

There’s something fishy about this Flavour of the Week editionand it could be that we’ve included an absolute sardine of an appointment for your reading pleasure.

Alan Joyce joins MCA board

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) has announced the appointment of Qantas CEO Alan Joyce to its board.

Joyce joins MCA board members Ann Sherry, Christine Evans, Simon Mordant, Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, Ari Droga, Michael Hawker, Naomi Parry, Scott Perkins, Patricia Piccinini, Lorraine Tarabay, Nick Tobias, and Ivan Wheen.

Tourism Solomons appoints new marketing manager

 

TS - Fiona Teama - marketing manager - Sept 2019

Tourism Solomons chairman, Chris Hapa has announced the appointment of senior marketing information officer, Fiona Teama (pictured) to the role of marketing manager with immediate effect.

Teama steps into the position previously held by the high profile and extremely popular Freda Unusi, who stepped down from the position in August after 10 years at the helm.

Emirates announces new executive leadership appointments

Pictured (L to R): Adel Al Redha, Adnan Kazim and Sheikh Majid Al Mualla
Pictured (L to R): Adel Al Redha, Adnan Kazim and Sheikh Majid Al Mualla

Emirates has announced new executive leadership appointments for its operational, commercial and international affairs functions.

Adel Al Redha has been appointed chief operating officer; Adnan Kazim, chief Commercial officer, and Sheikh Majid Al Mualla as divisional senior vice president, international affairs.

Tourism Australia appoints new PR agency

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WPP’s opr has been appointed by Tourism Australia to support the brand’s global and regional marketing efforts, as it encourages travellers from around the world to visit Australia.

The appointment follows a review of Tourism Australia’s PR requirements. It will see opr complement the work of Tourism Australia’s global creative, digital and media buying agencies to deliver integrated marketing and communications programs and campaigns.

Ryanair names new CEO of main airline

Eddie Wilson, who has been at the Dublin-based carrier for 22 years and currently serves as chief people officer, has taken over as CEO of Ryanair DAC, while Michael O’Leary has moved on to become group CEO.

Wilson will report into O’Leary alongside the CEOs of the group’s other airlines – Buzz, Laudamotion, and Malta Air.

GM appointed for Little Albion, a Crystalbrook Collection Boutique Hotel

Christopher Greening

Australian hospitality company, Crystalbrook Collection, is pleased to welcome Christopher Greening as the new general manager of its boutique Surry Hills hotel, Little Albion, a Crystalbrook Collection Boutique Hotel.

Greening joins Crystalbrook Collection following an extensive career in hospitality spanning more than a decade. Most recently, Greening was executive assistant manager for Meriton Suites where he pre-opened two hotels.

He has also held senior positions with One&Only Collection, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley and Hayman Island Resort.

Sydney Fish Market unveils fresh CEO

The board of Sydney Fish Market has welcomed its new chief executive officer, Greg Dyer, who succeeds Bryan Skepper, general manager of Sydney Fish Market. Skepper retires in September following four decades with the organisation.

Dyer will expand his knowledge of Sydney Fish Market during a transition period with outgoing GM Bryan Skepper who departs following a 44-year career with the company.

Skepper will be retained by Sydney Fish Market in a part time advisory capacity in the lead up to the redevelopment.

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