Uniworld Hires Kristian Anderson as SVP of Global Sales

Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has announced the appointment of Kristian Anderson as its senior vice president of global sales. 

In his new role with Uniworld, Anderson will be responsible for driving creative sales development, strategy, and progress to meet the company’s revenue goals, in addition to setting higher standards moving forward.

Anderson previously served as senior vice president and general manager at Silversea Cruises for where he oversaw the American markets for four years. At Silversea, he helped increase sales by targeting untapped markets, refining organizational efficiency, and ultimately, significantly increased revenue for the company. 

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For 24 years, Anderson worked for several of the largest U.S.-based legacy carriers and global airlines in revenue management, commercial administration and sales. 

Anderson assumes his position on September 6.

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