Quest Serviced Apartments forms advisory board

George Sell By George Sell
13 November 2014 | Updated 30 January 2017

Australia: Quest Serviced Apartments has established an advisory board of high profile business leaders to steer the company’s strategic direction over its next period of grow

Members of the newly appointed Quest advisory aboard include Tony South, former chairman of Tourism Accommodation Australia; Peter Ritchie, former chairman of McDonald's Australia; and John Selak, Ernst & Young partner.

The advisory Board will provide commercial advice to support Quest chairman, Paul Constantinou and its senior management team.

Quest CEO Zed Sanjana said: "We have assembled an exceptional board of directors from whom we can draw extensive industry knowledge and expertise, to assist in the continued growth of the Quest network over the coming years. I am very pleased to welcome Tony South, Peter Ritchie and John Selak to the Quest advisory board. Each board member announced today has been handpicked by the Quest senior management team, and will provide important stewardship moving forward."

In October, Quest announced a $500-million strategic partnership with Singapore-based The Ascott Limited.

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