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Tibble joins Como Hospitality, the Americas

6 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

Tapa Tibble has been appointed by the Singapore-based lifestyle collection the Como Group as the managing director of the Americas.
Tibble will be operating from the Turks & Caicos in the new role and oversee the Como Parrot Cay and the sister property Como Metropolitan Miami Beach in Florida.
He will also be spearheading upcoming projects in the region.
He earlier worked as the regional director of Europe for Aman Resorts and was responsible for the operations of the European portfolio.
The Canadian-born New Zealander of Maori heritage has had a somewhat unusual education for a luxury...
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