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Crowne Palza launches Thought Leader program

Crowne Plaza® Hotels & Resorts has announced Rugby Union Legend George Gregan and highly-regarded Ginni Mansberg as the first members of their Thought Leaders program.

Crowne Plaza® Hotels & Resorts has announced Rugby Union Legend George Gregan and highly-regarded Ginni Mansberg as the first members of their Thought Leaders program.

The Crowne Plaza® Thought Leaders is an elite panel, offering insights and expertise for Australian business travellers. It will share expert tips and advice, as well as information relevant to business travellers, housed on the dedicated Crowne Plaza® Hotels & Resorts LinkedIn page, a first for the dynamic hotel brand.

George and Ginni will be covering key topics of interest for the business traveller audience, including general wellness whilst travelling, stress management, keeping motivated in the face of work and life, and dedication to the job.

“I’m looking forward to sharing over 20 years’ experience as a GP with the Crowne Plaza® audience, focusing on the health needs of business travellers.”

                 Ginni Mansberg

Ginni Mansberg.

Ginni Mansberg.

George Gregan.

George Gregan.

Bruce Ryde, Director Brand Management, Crowne Plaza® Hotels & Resorts, Australasia, Middle East and Africa, IHG said: “We’re excited to welcome George and Ginni, two highly-regarded Australians to the Crowne Plaza® family.”

“The needs of our guests are extremely important to us, and we want to help them succeed and progress.”

                Bruce Ryde

“Having two professionals like George and Ginni involved is a fantastic opportunity, and we’re thrilled to learn from them as they share their expertise and knowledge throughout the year.”

The Crowne Plaza® Thought Leaders program is an extension to the ‘Business is a game. Play to win’ campaign which went live late last year. It draws parallels from the sporting world by visually linking business to sport.

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