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first_imgappointmentsVirtuoso Michele Saunderson, who recently sold her Virtuoso agency, Peninsula Travel, on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, will be joining Virtuoso in the new role of Business Development Manager, commencing mid-May 2018. She will work with members across Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and Queensland.Saunderson’s appointment follows a number of recent strategic staffing changes for Virtuoso regionally, including the promotion of Evan Pierce and Cristina Magni to Regional Director roles for Asia and Australia/NZ respectively, along with the appointment of Adrian Clarke as the new head of marketing.Saunderson says the new role was a case of good timing.“I built my businesses up from the ground and have achieved some great recognition but joining the Virtuoso network back in 2016 really was a breath of fresh air to me and I am thrilled to be joining the team during this exciting time of regional growth and expansion.“I have always had absolute admiration for the Virtuoso organisation – I’ve respected the way it was run, and the feeling of belonging to a warm and friendly family. “My 15 years of experience as an agency owner will allow me to understand the unique challenges of running a business in this industry and I look forward to helping Virtuoso’s agencies drive more sales and get the most from their membership.” Michael Londregan, Virtuoso Asia-Pacific md, said Saunderson was a “high calibre addition to the Virtuoso APAC team.”“At the core of our business is ensuring that our Virtuoso members grow their businesses through their engagement with our Virtuoso programs.“Virtuoso is not a plug-and-play concept – it requires investment and commitment from agencies and making sure we have the right team in the region is critical to deliver business outcomes and investment returns.”last_img

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