HEI Hotels & Resorts Promotes Jeremy See to Chief Commercial Officer

Michal Christine Escobar
Senior Editor, Hotels
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Jeremy See, HEI Hotels & Resorts

HEI Hotels & Resorts, a leading hospitality investment and management company, today announced the promotion of Jeremy See to the role of chief commercial officer.

“Jeremy is a remarkable strategist who has led HEI’s revenue management organization to the pinnacle of the industry,” stated Anthony Rutledge, CEO & managing partner, HEI Hotels & Resorts. “Under his leadership, HEI has become one of the most innovative and consistently successful top-line companies in the hotel management space, with an extraordinary track record of increasing market share year after year – a feat that few, if any, can match.”

A long-time associate with the company, See joined HEI’s Manager-in-Training development program in 2009. He served several on-property revenue roles in hotels in Boston and Detroit before being swiftly promoted through HEI’s revenue management organization. His roles over the past twelve years have included regional vice president of revenue and later senior vice president of revenue management, a title he has held since 2020. In his role as chief commercial officer, See will be responsible for overseeing HEI’s sales and revenue management disciplines, driving top-line business and maximizing the revenue potential of all HEI-managed hotels.

“Jeremy as much as anyone likes to win. Through his never stop approach to finding more top line success, Jeremy has created incredible value in owner's and partner's real estate over the past decade,” Rutledge added.

See’s service extends outside the company as well. A frequent revenue and data conference panelist and member of multiple brand advisory boards, he is well-respected throughout the industry for his contributions in revenue maximization and his pioneering approach to data utilization in room revenue, group sales and catering. A native of Singapore, See currently resides in San Francisco with his wife and two children.

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