Queen Group becomes allied member of BHA
The Queen Group has been admitted as an allied member of the Bermuda Hotel Association.
Through its affiliated companies Bermuda Executive Services Ltd, Atlantic Caregiving Ltd, Island Shippers and Atlantic Media Ltd, the Queen Group offers services in employment, caregiving and housekeeping, personalised shipping and relocation, marketing and public relations and managed offices.
Stephen Todd, chief executive officer of The Bermuda Hotel Association, said: “The Bermuda Hotel Association members are very pleased to welcome the Queen Group as an allied member of our association.
“We believe that the extensive range of services which they provide will prove to be of great interest and ongoing benefit to our members, and their respective properties, especially as it relates to assisting them in meeting and exceeding the expectations of their business and leisure guest.
“Similarly, as an association we believe that our allied membership programme affords our vendors and suppliers with the ability to further engage and interact with our members with a view to building stronger relationships, as well as to participate more fully in the activities of the association and our key industry.”
Mr Todd said the BHA had revamped its allied membership programme.
“The Queen Group clearly recognises the long-term benefits and opportunities in joining us, and we look forward to forging a mutually beneficial relationship with them and by extension with that of our hotel members, as we position our industry to meet the evolving needs of our international visitors, and their expectations of our destination.”
Queen Group founder and president Dawn Zuill said: “Since the founding of Bermuda Executive Services in 1998, we have always believed that our success comes from forming partnerships with our clients and working together for our mutual benefit.
“Allied membership with the BHA is another step in that direction and we look forward to providing services to BHA members that will help them deliver a first-class Bermuda experience to their guests and customers.”
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