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Dominion Marine Media announces personnel move

Dominion Marine Media said Kate Bray joined its international division as director of client engagement, based in offices in Fareham, UK.
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Dominion Marine Media said Kate Bray joined its international division as director of client engagement, based in offices in Fareham, UK.

The company said Bray has more than 15 years of experience in the marine and leisure travel industry and has held senior management roles for marine brands that include Sunsail, The Moorings and Le Boat. She was previously distribution director for TUI Marine, where she led an international team of sales and account managers.

In her new role, Bray will focus on customer satisfaction, retention and growth. Working closely with the sales and account management teams, she will be responsible for ensuring that customers receive service and consultation while she identifies developing client needs.

“As director of client engagement, Kate will be dedicated to ensuring our clients receive exceptional service,” Dominion Marine Media president Ian Atkins said in a statement. “Her appointment underlines our commitment to and investment in our relationships with all our 5,500 clients around the globe. Kate has a wealth of experience in the marine and leisure travel industry, and we are delighted to welcome her to the DMM team.”

“I am excited to join the passionate and professional team at DMM and immerse myself in a part of the marine industry that I have experienced for many years,” Bray said. “The global marine market is showing clear signs of recovery, and DMM is ideally placed to help and encourage its clients to benefit from the economic improvement we are seeing.”

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