MSC Cruises Names Sales Manager for Canada

MSC Cruises announced the appointment of Jean Charles Cote as sales manager for Canada. For the last 14 years, Cote worked for Carlson Hotels in various sales management capacities (Director of Travel Supplier Relations/Director of Key Accounts, Canada/Director of Corporate Sales, Groups & Incentives). Prior to joining Carlson Hotels, he was employed by Air Canada as Regional Director of Sales as well as Manager of Wholesale and Group Markets. In his role as MSC Cruises' Sales Manager for Canada, Cote will be responsible for the further development of MSC Cruises' sales in Canada. His role will be to work closely with travel agents in developing new business for MSC Cruises' products in the Caribbean and Europe and providing all the necessary support to wholesale and tour operators partners across the country. He will be based in Montreal.

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