Mitten will move from her current position at Landmark Hotel, London, where she worked for seven years, and brings with her over 15 years of hospitality and events experience.
She landed her first conference and banqueting manager position at Landmark Hotel, where she was later promoted to deputy director of conference and banqueting in 2016. During her time there, she “successfully” delivered “outstanding” event experiences at the site.
Prior to this, she began her hospitality career at The Bloomsbury Hotel in 2005, where she worked as a meetings and events manager for five years.
She later moved to Pullman London St Pancras in 2010, where she developed and implemented key sales strategies which “ensured that budget was consistently over-delivered”, and that KPIs were achieved within target.
She will now hold a “crucial role” in the “continued success” of Hilton London Bankside. The site features several event spaces, including The Agora, a multi-sensory meeting room designed to “inspire creativity and enhance human interactions”. In 2019, it won the CHS Awards Best Boardroom 2019 Award for creative meeting room.
Mitten said: “I am thrilled to start my new role at Hilton London Bankside. Each event space is truly unique, and I’m excited to bring my expertise to the table, inspiring and helping the team to go above and beyond so guests have an expertly executed and memorable experience.”