The appointment and promotion of Mr Brett Butcher

first_imgThe appointment and promotion of Mr Brett Butcher to Chief Executive Officer will propel luxury hotel operator, Langham Hotels International (LHI), to the next stage of its already impressive growth cycle. Dr K. S. Lo, Chairman of Langham Hotels International said: “Brett Butcher has been with LHI for seven years helping to steer the Langham brands to their current level of recognition and success. He has blended innovative marketing with world-class brand management and operational excellence through total quality management. In his new role as CEO, Brett’s responsibilities will be broadened to include driving the company’s overall direction and strategies engaged on quality and sustainable growth.”Butcher will lead LHI in focusing on an ever-expanding pipeline of quality hotel properties that already circles the globe. This planned growth will deliver Langham Hotels more than 30 operating Hotels within the next five years. Mr Butcher will continue the company’s focus on Total Quality Management leading to accredited status in all properties while building a culture of innovation and continuous improvement.“My goal is ensure The Langham’s 140 year history of enchantment and romance develops and continues to position our hotel portfolio as global icons of hospitality. We have a duty of guardianship with these incredible hotels and my role is inspiring our talented colleagues to evolve and strengthen our service by knowing our guests. By focusing our strategy on Total Quality Management and marketing excellence, we have an incredible opportunity to reinforce our brands as luxury household names,” Butcher added.www.langhamhotels.com/last_img read more

John Martin Baker Botts Future Growth Outside Texas

first_img Remember me Username Lost your password? Not a subscriber? Sign up for The Texas Lawbook.center_img Password When Baker Botts partners elected John Martin to be its new leader this week, the 179-year-old Houston-based corporate law firm sent a message that its future growth is likely beyond the borders of Texas. Martin, corporate transactional lawyer in the firm’s Palo Alto office, is Baker Botts’s first managing partner based outside the state . . .You must be a subscriber to The Texas Lawbook to access this content.last_img read more