Meliá Bali Appointed Dewi Karmawan As Director Of Marketing Communication

Dewi Karmawan

 
Meliá Bali is delighted to announce the recent appointment of Dewi Karmawan as Director of Marketing Communication.

The graduate of International Hotel and Management Institute, Lucerne, Switzerland has amassed experience in marketing and business development where she was first given the trust to share her strategic marketing direction as Assistant to Marketing Communications Manager.

Dewi commenced her career in the hospitality world since 21 years ago. In 1997 she started all her journey with the first little step as a Guest Relation Officer at the Le Meridien Nirwana. She was then took the opportunity as Senior Guest Relation the position which then brought her to Marketing Communication Coordinator and finally to Assistant Marketing Communication Manager. Dewi expanded her bright career path to a bigger scale as she decided to join Grand Hyatt Bali as Public Relations Manager for three years and started the new adventure as she joined Park Hyatt Melbourne, Australia.

In 2010, Dewi decided to return to her home country and joined Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa, Bali, in October as Marketing Communications Manager. After two years, she then joined Bali Hyatt as Public Relations Manager. Prior joining Melia Bali, Dewi spent five years with InterContinental Bali Resort.

“Building and maintaining good relationship with business partners has been the main key to my career,” Dewi shares.

 

Leave a Comment

Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach Welcomes New General Manager

Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach is delighted to announce that Mr. Jean Hélière has been appointed as the hotel’s new General Manager. Mr. Jean Hélière began his career at IHG in 2013 at InterContinental Tahiti Resort and Spa as an Executive Assistant Manager. Treading his path at one the world’s largest international chain hotel groups—where he demonstrated his skills in…
read more

Have You Met Goby The Fish?

W Bali – Seminyak presents the “Feed Goby the Fish” project, the next phase in making their business more sustainable, while the world rallies towards the ban on plastics. Officially launching on the 16th February 2019, a giant see-through fish (Goby) was installed on W Bali’s beachfront to raise awareness and help reduce plastic in the Bali ocean. The war…
read more

Hot Cappuccino at Kopi Petani Lounge

  Fascinated by the richness of local coffee sources, Meliá Bali is proudly introducing its freshly opened coffee lounge, Kopi Petani. Surrounded by the tropical breeze of Nusa Dua coastline, this place offers an exceptional experience beyond enjoying an ordinary coffee and little cakes in the afternoon. Every piece of coffee bean has been carefully selected and roasted under a…
read more