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Marc Gussing appointed as GM of JW Marriott Maldives


Marc Gussing has been appointed as the General Manager at JW Marriott Maldives. He is an outstanding hospitality professional with over 20 years of illustrious industry exposure in the luxury segment. Marc has proficiently been part of both city and hotel settings, corporate organisations and independent properties across the globe. In his role as General Manager, he is responsible for achieving targets by developing and implementing strategic sales, marketing plans and initiatives in the hotel’s continuing effort to deliver outstanding guest service and financial profitability.

Prior to joining JW Marriott Maldives, Marc held the role as the General Manager at Minor Hotels in Maldives. Over the past decade, he has worked as the General Manager and hospitality consultant for a spectrum of companies, including, Per AQUUM, Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts, ALiLA, Paresa, and Nira Hotels & Resorts. Marc’s career has taken him across Europe, the Middle East, Indian Ocean and South East Asia (Switzerland, France, Israel, Seychelles, Maldives, Thailand, and Indonesia).

On completing his tertiary schooling in hotel management in Switzerland, he spent his early years honing his skills as a hotelier predominantly in the food & beverage division, and working in a selection of hotels, bars and on cruise liners.

A Swedish national with multi-lingual talents in four languages, Marc brings with him a fervent drive, immense professionalism and dedication to the job.  A pro-active and dynamic personality coupled with excellent communication skills Marc Gussing leads a well-structured organization par excellence.

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