Let us help you lift off to success

Positioning, launching and promoting hotels and conference venues needs specialist skills.  Paje Director, Mandy Jennings, has firsthand experience in pre-opening, positioning and launching of iconic hotels and venues in the UK and Europe.  Mandy knows what it takes to ensure the business takes off on the right trajectory and secures it’s future position in the market place.

During her time at Forte, Le Meridien and Marriot projects included market repositioning of the Grosvenor House on Park Lane, relaunching The Cumberland at Marble Arch and rebranding of two hotels at Heathrow with over 1,500 beds. At Le Meridien, Mandy and the UK Sales Team, were vital in the opening a number of brand new hotels across the globe giving a fantastic opportunity to create awareness of the brand in the UK market.

Whilst at the De Vere Group Mandy was involved with launching 4 new Village Hotels & Leisure Clubs and at Principal Hayley was integral member of the team who launched two brand new European training and conference centres – La Mola, Barcelona and Chateau St Just on the outskirts of Paris, plus the highly successful relaunch of the iconic Grand Connaught Rooms in London.

During her time with Paje Mandy worked with the team at CityInn/Mint Hotels to launch the fantastic Mint Hotel Tower of London and Mint Hotel Amsterdam – now known as Hilton Doubletree properties.

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Principal Hayley

Paje worked in partnership with Principal Hayley during the opening and first few years of trading for their two European Properties – La Mola Conference Centre, Barcelona and Chateau St Just, Chantilly, near Paris.

In conjunction with the Principal Hayley UK team Paje helped drive awareness in the UK market with over 50% of the business for La Mola being generated from the UK market in the first two years of opening.

The automotive market from the UK proved to be a great success which generated £2 million of revenue with events from Lexus, Toyota, Aston Martin and BMW.