|October 22, 2014|
Borneo Convention Centre Kuching Appoints Ivy Ling As Senior Sales Manager
|The Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK) today announced the appointment of Ivy Ling as its new Senior Sales Manager with effect from 15 October. |
In this role, Ling will be heading the BCCK sales team to grow the different market segments in both the corporate and public sectors.
BCCK Director of Sales and Marketing, Premala Danapakiam said, "We are pleased to welcome Ivy on board. We look forward to tapping her broad understanding of the needs of the corporate and public sectors so that we can better serve our clients. Our growing sales team will benefit from her extensive experience in hospitality."
Ling said of her appointment as the Senior Sales Manager of BCCK, "Throughout my working experiences in the hospitality industry for the past 17 years, I have developed a good understanding of team spirit and I am delighted to be given this opportunity to be part of the huge family of BCCK. Convention centre business is new horizons for me and I am looking forward to extending my role into the business events sphere, contributing to the growth of BCCK and growing progressively with BCCK."
Born and raised in Kuching, Ling has established herself well in the hospitality industry, working her way up from an administrative position and moving from junior sales position to becoming the head of department of sales and marketing in her previous employment.
Ling had obtained certification on hospitality marketing conducted by The Ascott Training Institute (TATI) in collaboration with Nanyang University, Singapore. Being a foodie, her passion revolves around cooking and baking. She enjoys television cooking game show MasterChef Korea and draws inspiration from celebrity chefs Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver and also Malaysia's very own Chef Wan.
Borneo Convention Centre Kuching
Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK) commenced full scale operations in October 2009 and since opening, more than 520 events have been hosted and over 658,000 visitors have been welcomed to the Centre. More than 40 functions have been catered for at outside locations.