Published on Monday, January 11, 2010

Shaw leaving Royal Caribbean


Royal Caribbean UK and Ireland boss Robin Shaw is stepping down from the company after five years.
Shaw, vice president and managing director for UK and Ireland, will be leaving at the end of March.
He is to “pursue another senior management role outside of the Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd business,” a statement said. 

Jo Rzymowska, associate vice president and general manager, UK and Ireland – who has worked in partnership with Shaw for the past five years – will work with vice president international Michael Bayley and Shaw to oversee the transition period for the UK and Ireland business. 

Bayley said: “Over the last five years Robin has been instrumental in delivering exceptional results for the UK and Irish markets where both market share and profitability have increased significantly.
“Robin leaves behind a talented and dedicated team and has set a very strong platform for continued growth in 2010 and beyond. We wish Robin the very best in his future career."

by Phil Davies

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