NEW JOBS FOR VATELIENS: Xavier Doger de Speville is now Guest Services & Leisure Manager at LUX* Le Morne, Mauritius
Missions, qualities required, challenges to meet: Xavier Doger de Speville, class of 2015, will tell us more about his Special Events function at the four Indigo Group hotels.
A Vatel Mauritius 2015 graduate, Xavier Doger de Speville completed his knowledge in Resorts management with Palaces management when he did his second year at Vatel in France, followed by internships at the legendary Bristol and Royal Monceau hotels in Paris.
Merely five months later, he was promoted from the Events and Banquets Coordinator to Special Events Manager for the four Indigo Group hotels in Mauritius.
Planning and organizing events such as international festivals, weddings, golf or yachting competitions... this is what Xavier does every day. Exciting but demanding daily work, as budgets are tight and he has to look for sponsors!
What are your main missions?
What qualities are required to be successful in a job like this?
What did you learn in your Marco Polo year at Vatel Paris?
What do you like the best about this job?
Discover here one of Xavier's event : The Labourdonnais Golf Challenge 2016
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