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Prague Convention Bureau Elects New Board of Directors, President and two Vice-Presidents

On April 16th, the Prague Convention Bureau elected a new Board of Directors to a two-year term at the General Assembly of Bureau. On April 22nd, at the first meeting of Board of Directors, Sanjiv Suri from Zátiší Group was re-elected as the president of the Bureau. Martin Lehký from Senator Travel and Martin Žídek from Marriott Hotel Prague were appointed as the new vice-presidents.

The General Assembly elected a total of 9 members to the Board of Directors. Six former members were re-elected: Martin Lehký (Senator Travel), Michal Kárník (Prague Congress Centre), Martin Žídek (Marriott Hotel Prague), Sanjiv Suri (Zátiší Group), Ivo Miksa (Guarant International) and Luca Crocco (Hilton Old Town). Miroslav Bukva (Clarion Congress Hotel Prague), Milan Švára (Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel) and Roman Muška (AIM Group International) became Directors for the first time.

The General Assembly also elected the Revision committee: Soňa Bolcková (Royal Prague Travel), Roko Palmic (InterContinental Prague) and Jonathan Pace (Corinthia Hotel Prague).