Company Profiles

February 2011
Brazil Tourism Report;Q1 2011, Issue 1, p46
Industry Profile
The article profiles several hospitality companies that operate in Brazil including Accor SA, Orient-Express Hotels Ltd., and Hopi Hari. It offers information its key personnel, statistics and Web sites. It mentions Gilles Pélisson is the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) at Accor, Paul M. White, CEO of Orient-Express, and Armando Pereira Filho and Sergio Antonio Cordeiro de Oliveira as CEO and chair, respectively, at Hopi Hari.


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