Steele takes sales and marketing role at Georgian House

George Sell By George Sell
06 April 2018 | Updated 06 April 2018

UK: Georgian House in London has appointed Ellie Steele to the newly-created role of sales and marketing executive.

She will be supporting the property's growth in the boutique accommodation and events market.

Prior to joining Georgian House, Steele trained and worked at the Edge Hotel School and trained at Wivenhoe House. She graduated from the University of Essex in 2017 with a BA Honours Degree in hotel management.

At Georgian House, she is responsible for the hotel's marketing and digital activities, including social media, e-communications and promotional materials, as well as managing corporate meetings and events sales.

Adam Rowledge, general manager of Georgian House, said: "The sales and marketing role was created to increase our profile in the MICE industry, in addition to putting in place and actioning an innovative marketing strategy. We are thrilled to welcome Ellie into our team, who joins with a wealth of experience from her time at the Edge Hotel School, and I look forward to working with her on taking Georgian House's offering to the next level."

Built in 1851, under the instruction of Thomas Cubitt, by co-owner Serena von der Heyde's great-great-grandfather William Chinnery Mitchell, Georgian House has been a family treasure for more than 160 years. Von der Heyde took over the running of Georgian House when she was just 19 years old, when the hotel had two stars and 28 guest bedrooms. Today, it has 63 individually-designed guest rooms, five apartments and the Harry Potter-themed Wizard Chambers.

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