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Mr. Daniel Marie Desbaillets

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CDL Hospitality Trusts
www.cdlht.com, 5 Feb 2014 [cached]
DANIEL MARIE GHISLAIN DESBAILLETS
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DANIEL MARIE GHISLAIN DESBAILLETS
Mr Daniel Marie Ghislain Desbaillets was appointed an independent non-executive Director of the H-REIT Manager and the HBT Trustee-Manager on 2 September 2010.
An international hotelier with more than 35 years of experience, especially within the Asia Pacific region, he has helmed senior positions in Intercontinental Hotel Group, Fullerton Hotels and Resorts and TCC Hotel Group. He also served as Special Advisor to MCIL in 2003, and was subsequently appointed Chief Operating Officer, Asia Pacific, MCIL, where he was responsible for hotel operations and the development of new properties in the region.
Mr Desbaillets currently runs a food and beverage business under Salad Stop Pte Ltd and Doodle Stop Pte Ltd, which operate 15 restaurant-and-bar concept outlets throughout Singapore.
About Us
www.1whjobs.com, 20 May 2011 [cached]
Co-Principal - Daniel Desbaillets
Daniel Desbaillets started his career with the Hilton in the early 70's and in 1979 joined Inter-Continental Hotels and Resorts in Abidjan, West Africa. He became General Manager of the IHC Colombo in 1984 and subsequently, went to Bangkok and Montreal.
In 1992, he joined Shangri-La International to open the chain's hotel in Jakarta but later rejoined InterContinental Hotels in 1994 to open the InterContinental Hotel Singapore located in the city state's bustling Bugis Junction. He was soon promoted in 1996 to Regional Vice-President and subsequently to Senior Vice-President later than same year, to be based in Seoul, Korea.
In 1997, Desbaillets was appointed as Area President (Asia Pacific) for InterContinental and Crowne Plaza Hotels.
In early 2003, he left InterContinental Hotels to embark on his own business and soon joined the Hong Leong Group on a six-month assignment as Special Assistant (Hotel Division) to Group Chairman. This short-term assignment soon evolved into his position as Chief Operating Officer of MCIL.
In July 2004, he was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the Fullerton Hotels & Resorts / Sino Group of Hotels and based at the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore. He reports directly to the Sino Group Chairman.
He joined in November 2006 TCC Hotel Group as Advisor to Chairman and then six months later was appointed President of Asiatique Hotels and Resorts and the Imperial Group of Hotels in Thailand as well Plaza Athenee in New York.
Daniel has very wide international exposure having worked accross 4 continents. His charismatic personality and willingness to constantly strive towards attaining new heights has made him a well-known and respected personality in the hotel industry. He was awarded Hotelier of the Year in 1999 and has also won numerous other awards throughout his career.
ICRAN
www.icran.org, 15 Mar 2006 [cached]
Mr Daniel Desbaillets, Chairman of the Six Continents Hotels, and representative of the industry organisations which contributed to the Travel and Tourism sector report.
InterContinental Hotels Group
www.pressoffice.basshotels.com, 13 June 2002 [cached]
This message was delivered in a speech given by Daniel Desbaillets, Chief Operating Officer for Six Continents Hotels in South Asia.He addressed the audience at the Bali Inter-Continental Resort for the "UNEP and the Private Sector" special side event held on Sunday 2nd June.
This one-day event was specifically devoted to travel and tourism and marked the launch of the travel industries sectoral report on tourism to be distributed at the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) that is due to take place in September 2002 in Johannesburg, South Africa.Desbaillets was speaking on behalf of the International Hotel and Restaurant Association (IH&RA) and the World Travel and Tourism Council.
During his presentation, Desbaillets attributed the "truly global challenges" to triggers such as globalisation and the information technology revolution.He went on to explain that travel and tourism worldwide contributes over 10 per cent to GDP and around 200 million jobs worldwide.It is amongst the top five export sectors for more than 80 per cent of developing countries.With world travel and tourism forecast to rise by 4.5 per cent per annum, he stressed "there is clear potential for the industry to play a major role in the development process and improve the quality of life of millions of people."
The Tourism Industry Report forms one of the 22 reports examined by the conference in preparation for the World Summit on Sustainable Development.Desbaillets observed that the report "demonstrates the delicate balance between sustainable development and the economic growth that stems from tourism."He stressed the importance of including this industry sector on the agenda for the World Summit.
Bali Hotels: Inter-Continental Luxury Hotels in Bali, Indonesia
www.bali.intercontinental.com, 1 June 2002 [cached]
This message was delivered in a speech given by Daniel Desbaillets, Chief Operating Officer for InterContinental Hotels Group in South Asia.He addressed the audience at the InterContinental Resort Bali for the "UNEP and the Private Sector" special side event held on Sunday 2nd June.
This one-day event was specifically devoted to travel and tourism and marked the launch of the travel industries sectoral report on tourism to be distributed at the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) that is due to take place in September 2002 in Johannesburg, South Africa.Desbaillets was speaking on behalf of the International Hotel and Restaurant Association (IH&RA) and the World Travel and Tourism Council.
During his presentation, Desbaillets attributed the "truly global challenges" to triggers such as globalisation and the information technology revolution.He went on to explain that travel and tourism worldwide contributes over 10 per cent to GDP and around 200 million jobs worldwide.It is amongst the top five export sectors for more than 80 per cent of developing countries.With world travel and tourism forecast to rise by 4.5 per cent per annum, he stressed "there is clear potential for the industry to play a major role in the development process and improve the quality of life of millions of people."
The Tourism Industry Report forms one of the 22 reports examined by the conference in preparation for the World Summit on Sustainable Development.Desbaillets observed that the report "demonstrates the delicate balance between sustainable development and the economic growth that stems from tourism."He stressed the importance of including this industry sector on the agenda for the World Summit.
InterContinental Hotels Group PLC publishes its own policies and initiatives in an annual Environmental and Social Report available online at www.sixcontinents.com/environment and in a quarterly update "Our Planet".
Photo shows: Daniel Desbaillets, Chief Operating Officer South Asia of InterContinental Hotels Group.
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