Teneo Hospitality Group Appoints Victoria Myrand Content & Design Specialist

USA, Minneapolis, Minnesota. April 08, 2019

Teneo Hospitality Group, the premier group representation firm, has appointed graphic designer and tech expert Victoria Myrand as Content and Design Specialist. In this newly created position, Ms. Myrand will expand Teneo's digital marketing, social media, e-mail communications, digital advertising and branding services. Teneo is active on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and Ms. Myrand will expand and enhance the company's social footprint. She will operate out of offices in Detroit, Michigan.

"Victoria's passion for both design and technology are a winning combination for Teneo as we expand our digital marketing inventiveness and brand presence," says Teneo Marketing & Communications Director Danielle Halbert. Ms. Halbert notes that Teneo is forging new digital strategies and marketing initiatives to help its members market their facilities to groups. "We see a lot of hotels spending their marketing dollars to attract leisure travelers, but that is changing as the meetings industry expands. We look forward to being at the forefront of providing these innovative services and cutting-edge technical resources to our member hotels, resorts, and destination management companies," she said.

With a Bachelor's Degree in Graphic Design from The International Academy of Design and Technology, Ms. Myrand's experience spans design, technology, social media and advertising platforms. She has been employed by leading Detroit advertising agencies, prior to creating her own consultancy, offering both innovative design, creative content and expertise in coding and website development. Ms. Myrand resides in Detroit.

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