Danny Too

    danny Too
    Danny Too

    General Manager of Cherry Interactive, who has 19 years of experience in the gaming, hospitality and travel industries with insight from entry level staffing up to senior management. Worked in four continents and spent the last 13 years predominantly in South East Asia.

    Accumulated ample experience and is thoroughly familiar with the business ethics and code of conducts of both gaming & hotel corporations. Experience spans management positions in 2 luxury 5 star hotels, 5 Asian renowned gaming establishments, 1 gaming manufacturer and a licensed operating, distribution and consulting company. Broad leadership and managerial skills including in the field of customer service (both internal and external), people management, day to day operations, sales and marketing, technical and most of all, cost control and financial management. Speaks multiple languages including English, Malay, Indonesian, Mandarin, Khmer, Hokkien, Cantonese, German & Burmese.

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