View From The Top

View From The Top

Support from an old hand

Expectations are high for Myanmar’s minister of hotels and tourism Ohn Maung, whose decades of practical experience as a hotelier and tour operator dates...

No airs about her

Down-to-earth ‘Maan’ is possibly Asia’s only female CEO, president and shareholder of an airline. But she’s also an activist, journalist, TV host and environmentalist Marianne...

Ready to bloom

Built up by HP Kong 55 years ago, family-owned Lotus Tours' challenge is to remain competitive in today's digital environment. Leading the travel service...

Life beyond Six Senses

Almost a year after Pegasus Capital acquired Six Senses Resorts & Spas, Timothy France catches up with its former founder and CEO, who is...

Family matters at The Travel Corporation

He built a travel empire from a hotel business, but the biggest achievement of Stanley Tollman, founder/chairman of The Travel Corporation, may well be...

View from the Top: Jason Peck

Our first View From the Top in 2012 is a feel-good story of how a director of sales rose to become the CEO of...

The family striker

In Asia, many hotel owners are starting to transfer the authority to their sons and daughters. How will younger-generation hotel owners in the region...

View from the top: Allen Law (Park Hotel Group)

Fresh out of school when he first joined the family business, 32-year-old Allen Law has taken the Singapore-based owner-operator from one to eight hotels...

View from the top: Jean Gabriel Pérès

He’s made Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts far bigger, deeper and wider than it ever was. Jean Gabriel Pérès, president & CEO, talks to Raini...

Not a clash of titans

Nobu Hospitality believes its upside-down model from restaurants to hotels is hotter than hell’s kitchen. After expanding in the US, Europe and the Middle East, it is now whipping up interest in Asia. CEO Trevor Horwell talks to Raini Hamdi

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