Accor announced the opening of its North America, Central America and Caribbean (NCAC) headquarters at One Square Park at Doral in Miami. Driven by the company's revitalized strategy and business model, the new location consolidates previously independent business units in Dallas and New York City into one office, strengthening its footprint in the region by providing a cohesive foundation for operational efficiency and sustainable, long-term growth.
"We are very excited to call Miami our home. Uniting our regional operations, sales and support business leaders together will enable greater collaboration and efficiencies across departments, resulting in quick, strategic decision making that will help us become a more innovative and successful organization," said Dominique Colliat, Executive Vice President, North America, Central America and the Caribbean.
Strategically chosen for its ideal location, the Accor Miami office serves as a regional hub, facilitating increased communication between the NCAC region and Accor's Americas headquarters based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
"The opening of our new office is a testament to Accor's unwavering commitment to the North American region. The office relocation was an important change we needed to streamline our organization, and by strengthening our hospitality offering, we solidify our position in the Americas and pave the way for future growth," said Roland de Bonadona, CEO of the Americas for Accor.
Earlier this year, Accor North America, formerly comprised only of U.S. and Canada, integrated Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean markets as part of its restructuring process. The regional consolidation, was followed by the appointment of Dominique Colliat to lead strategic business development and operations initiatives in North America, Central America and the Caribbean region.
Accor is a leading hotel operator, with 470,000 rooms in 3,700 hotels across 14 trusted brands in 92 countries.
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