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Exhibition World Issue 77
Issue 77
Supplement: Basque Country
Supplement: Turkey
DUSIT INTERNATIONAL APPOINTS CORPORATE DIRECTOR OF BRANDING
posted on: 29/6/2012 09:15:40
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ASIA - Dusit International has appointed a new Corporate Director of Branding.

Laura Buranasonggram Markes has taken up the role at the company, which has hotels across the world in Thailand, China, India, USA, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Philippines and the Maldives.

In her new role, Markes is responsible for the creation, development, implementation and maintenance of brand standards across all guest touch points for Dusit International’s portfolio of brands. She will build brand equity and increase brand awareness for the group globally.

Markes joins the company from QUO Keen, where she worked in several roles including Copywriter, Brand Concept Developer and most recently, Strategy Director. 

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