Quest founder inducted in Hall of Fame

first_imgQuest Serviced Apartments founder and chairman, Paul Constantinou, has been inducted into the Hotel Management Hall of Fame, having taken his company from one property 25 years ago to more than 150 today.Quest announced recently a $500-million strategic partnership with one of the world’s largest serviced apartment owner-operators, the Singapore-based The Ascott Limited.Presented at the 13th HM Awards for Hotel and Accommodation Excellence, judges from across Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific honoured Constantinou with the accolade recently.HM Magazine editor James Wilkinson said the induction into the Hall of Fame was testament to Paul’s leadership skills, business prowess and commitment to the Australasian accommodation industry.Constantinou said he was honoured to receive the award from the industry.“However, this wonderful accolade must be attributed to more than just myself. I am very proud of what the Quest Serviced Apartments team has achieved over the past 25 years and have many people to thank for supporting me and the company during this time,” said Constantinou.Quest Serviced Apartments has established an advisory board of high profile business leaders to steer the company’s strategic direction over its next period of growth.The advisory board will provide commercial pragmatic advice to support Quest chairman Paul Constantinou and its senior management team. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img

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