Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Appoints Two New Sales Managers

January 20, 2014

The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (the Centre) has appointed Thien Tsen Kiat as TenOnCall Sales Manager and Oh Kin Tat asSales Manager, Conventions & Conferences.

Helming the Centre’s Conventions team, Oh will be responsible for implementing and maintaining a commercially effective sales plan to promote the Centre, its facilities and services in the business tourism segment in order to maximise venue occupancy and yield for conferences held at the facility, according to venue officials.

Oh has more than17 years of experience in the hospitality industry, including more than 10 years in the business tourism division of a five-star hotel.

A diploma graduate in Hotel & Catering Management majoring in Sales & Marketingfrom Kolej Damansara Utama, Mr Oh brings strong background in event management.

In his new role, Thien will be responsible for implementing an effective sales plan that will maximise occupancy, revenue and yield for TenOnCall, at the same time promote the Centre’s other facilities and services to achieve a profitable business mix in the Meetings segment, according to venue officials.

A graduate of Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, Thien hasmore than 14 years’ experience in corporate sales from the retail, telecommunications and more recently, food & beverage, industries.

The Centre’s award-winning TenOnCall offers a combined space of 10 flexible meeting rooms for meetings for 15 to 150 guests.

The ‘just-in-time’ packages offer clients the choice of convenience of organising meetings at very short notice, further complemented with free-flow lifestyle beverage and cuisine from our acclaimed Culinary team, audio-visual and presentation equipment, and built-in LCD signage.

The Centre is comprised of two auditorium, seating 3,000 and 500 respectively, 12,310 square meters of Exhibition Halls, including a 2,600 sq. m. standalone marquee, a Grand Ballroom, which seats 2,000 diners, a Banquet Hall for 500, a Conference Hall for 1,800 and 20 other meeting rooms.

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