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Garry White is New CEO of European Cities Marketing

European Cities Marketing has announced that Garry White has been appointed as its new CEO. He will take up office in March 2012 when John Heeley, incumbent interim CEO, will step down.

Dieter Hardt-Stremayr, president of European Cities Marketing, said: “ECM is enormously fortunate to have Garry as the new CEO. I am convinced that his knowledge of destination marketing and his global outlook, combined with his enthusiasm and strategic mindset, will be of enormous benefit to our members. Garry White is the source of energy and inspiration we have been looking for.”

Garry White commented: "I am really thrilled to be given this opportunity to be a part of the ECM family. The organisation impressed me immediately because of the business model, the sense of collaboration, and the professionalism and commitment of the members and the ECM team based at Dijon. This is a really serious organisation with people striving for excellence."