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Shashita Nand leaves Nanuku to refocus on role with Pivotal Marketing Services

October 20, 2017 Business News No Comments Email Email

After nearly three years managing international sales and marketing activity on behalf of Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji, Shashita Nand is leaving the luxury resort to refocus her energies on Pivotal Marketing Services, the marketing/representation company she established in 2013.

Announcing her departure, Ms Nand said she was proud of her achievements with Nanuku having been instrumental in helping the resort rise from relative obscurity to becoming one of the best-known luxury brands in the destination.

But the time had come, she said, to refocus her efforts on her own company following opportunity couched within approaches from several boutique independent resorts keen to use her expertise in establishing further awareness of their brands in Australia and New Zealand.

This expertise extends to a ‘one-stop shop’ raft of services offering website and revenue management, digital marketing and PR.

Ms Nand needs no introduction to the international travel scene and particularly the Asia-Pacific region where she is held in high esteem.

Her impressive credentials include senior sales and marketing roles with several international hotel chains in Australia, Fiji and Thailand.

These include Avista Hotels and Resorts (Thailand)Marriott International, Carlson, Outrigger and Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts.

She is extremely well known in Fiji, her career having included sales and marketing roles at some of Fiji’s iconic properties, among them the pre-opening of Outrigger on the Lagoon – Fiji and the relaunch and rebrand of Vomo Island Resort.

Ms Nand’s accolades include a Carlson Hotels Asia Pacific ‘Director of Sales & Marketing of the Year’ award presented in 2011 in recognition of her efforts while DOSM at the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island.

She also played an active part in the reopening of Treasure Island Resort, one year after the iconic resort was forced into closure following the devastation of Tropical Cyclone Evan.

A Fijian national, Ms Nand, who is considered as one of Fiji’s true ‘international locals’ will be based in Pivotal Marketing Services’ office in Sydney.

For more information please contact Ms Nand, telephone + 61 499 330 007 or via Linkedin –

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