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Michael Burchett Unchained

Category: Hotels, Posted:15 Aug 2013 | 06:47 am

Here is a story about a longtime hotelier who has cast off the chain of job security and created a great niche management offering.
Bring in Michael Burchett who cut his teeth the global players Four Seasons, Regent and Conrad, and even doing a stint with Anantara.
These days Michael who is based in Bali is busier than ever with his upstart management group MJB Hoteliers. Together with his business partner Troy Sinclair the company has hit the ground running.
From providing opening services to the Komune Resort and Beach Club and Konderatu, MJB now manage properties such as Seminyak's Sentosa. Mantra Nusa Dua, the upcoming Sea Sentosa in Brawah and have just inked a deal for the posh pool villa resort Elysian.
Expect to hear more of Michael and his MJB Hoteliers as they ply the waters of a start-up.

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