The Oetker Collection Makes Leadership Promotions

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The Oetker Collection is making management moves this week. Philippe Perd has been promoted to Senior Vice President Operations and Project Development and Didier Le Calvez has been promoted to Senior Vice President Operations and Sales & Marketing.

Perd began his career with Oetker as managing director of Chateau Saint-Martin & Spa in Vence. He then moved on to the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d'Antibes before his appointment as President and Managing Director of two hotels in the French Riviera. His new position will include the conceptual development of new hotel projects for the Oetker Collection beginning with the opening of L'Apogee Courcheval in December 2013. 

Le Calvez joined the Oetker Collection in 2010 as President & Managing Director of Le Bristol Paris. He has more than 35 years of experience in the hospitality industry and will maintain his responsibility at Le Bristol Paris while also supervising Hotel Saint-Barth Isle de France.

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