BridgeStreet boosts executive leadership team with new EMEA & APAC Director.
VIRGINIA – BridgeStreet, a leading provider of extended stay business travel solutions, announced Mathias Saleborn has been appointed as Managing Director of EMEA & APAC to lead BridgeStreet’s operations in the region. Saleborn previously served as a Director at Luxury Hotel Partners where he led the successful execution of sales, revenue, marketing, communications and brand strategy for the hotels within the managed portfolio. Saleborn also served as a Director at The Leading Hotels of the World where he transformed revenue results through strategic leadership and team management.
“I look forward to joining the team at BridgeStreet, which stands at the forefront of the global extended-stay travel accommodations industry,” said Mathias Saleborn. “I am excited to help lead the Company’s efforts through continued expansion in EMEA and APAC.”
“Mathias brings to BridgeStreet a strong hospitality industry background with a successful track record in strategic revenue management,” said Kamal Advani, CEO of BridgeStreet. “With his vast geographic experience, he is ideally suited to managing our EMEA and APAC business.”
In his new role as Managing Director, Saleborn will be responsible for the strategic oversight, implementation, and execution of Bridgestreet’s EMEA and APAC operations, sales, and supply partner relationships. Saleborn’s proven leadership and track record will further BridgeStreeet’s position as an industry-leading and innovative provider of extended stay accommodations.
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