Institute of Hospitality names Peter Ducker as new chief executive

By Peter Ruddick

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Peter Ducker is to join the Institute of Hospitality (IoH) as chief executive in January 2013 and will stand down from his role as executive director at the Hotel Booking Agents Association (HBAA)
Peter Ducker is to join the Institute of Hospitality (IoH) as chief executive in January 2013 and will stand down from his role as executive director at the Hotel Booking Agents Association (HBAA)
The Institute of Hospitality (IoH) has announced Peter Ducker, currently executive director at the Hotel Booking Agents Association (HBAA), will succeed Philippe Rossiter as chief executive.

The hospitality industry veteran will take up his post with the professional body on 2 January 2013 and will stand down from his role at the HBAA on 11 January following the organisation's AGM.

Ducker, who has had roles with the IoH since 2010 and has also worked for the Hotel Carbon Index and as a consultant with or for a number of hospitality companies, succeeds Rossiter who has been in post since 2002.

"I have been a member of the Institute of Hospitality throughout my career and I strongly believe in the importance of good education and continuous professional development to attract and retain the quality of management that the hospitality industry requires today. I am honoured to succeed Philippe as its chief executive and look forward to steering the Institute through a new chapter in its history," Ducker said. 

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