AsiaTiv Hotel Portal Hired New E-Commerce Vice President

Bangkok, Thailand (PressExposure) May 28, 2008 --, an immensely popular online hotel reservations portal has announced that they will be taking on a new Vice President of E Commerce to oversee the web based transactions that take place in their environment. Being that the company is an internet based hotel portal, the new Vice President is a welcome and necessary part of the rapidly expanding team.

"We could not be more excited about our decision to bring on an E-Commerce Vice President," says Dror Meytal, Managing Director for the AsiaTiv company. "With every new face we bring on we see our company grow in ways that we have always hoped would be possible."

The new Vice President of E Commerce will be Mr. Nuttakorn Rattanachaisit, the original founder of and the former business consultant for AsiaVoyage. He has helped to develop a number of websites in the niche of Asian travel and knows all about branding, B2B networking, and the world of online travel.

"I am more than happy to bring my expertise to AsiaTiv," Says Nuttakorn. "I look forward to bringing more than 8 years of experience in the Asia travel market and applying it for the better of this company."

AsiaTiv has recently added a presence on Facebook and is in the process of launching an affiliate program, something that will drive immense sales to the AsiaTiv website. For this reason and many others, the position of E Commerce Vice President was one that had to be filled and quickly. Bringing on Nuttakorn to fill the position is a move that the team is confident in.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 27, 2008 at 3:02 am
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