NCL names former Cunard exec as Senior Sales Director
Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has appointed Gary Anslow as Senior Sales Director, UK and Ireland.
Anslow takes over from 1 November 2021.and will work on expanding NCL’s market share in the region, growing and retaining existing accounts, whilst acquiring new ones.
In this role, Anslow will report into Eamonn Ferrin, who has recently been appointed Vice President of International Sales and will lead a sales team of ten.
Anslow brings 25 years’ experience in FMGC and travel, including extensive board and senior leadership team experience in organisations such as PepsiCo, Diageo and Monarch Travel Group.
Anslow joins NCL from Cunard where he worked as Sales Director since January 2018.
During that time, he sat on the sales and marketing leadership team and led the company’s UK and onboard sales, sales operations and trade marketing teams.
Prior to Cunard, he spent seven years at The Monarch Travel Group as Sales Director for several travel brands including Monarch Holidays, Cosmos Holidays and Avalon Waterways.
“We are thrilled to welcome Gary on board,” said Eamonn Ferrin.
“He brings an impressive skillset and extensive senior-level experience in the travel industry, which will be instrumental toward NCL’s growth in the UK and Ireland.”
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