Monday, May 6, 2013
Dial An Exchange (DAE) timeshare exchange has announced the appointment of Ahmed Adel Saleh as the company’s new Business Development Manager for Egypt. Recognized as the largest privately held timeshare exchange company in the world, Dial An Exchange (DAE) continues to grow its business in aggressive ways and exciting directions.
Francis Taylor, CEO of Dial An Exchange timeshare says, “We wanted the right person to help us develop our business in Egypt and north east Africa. Ahmed brings to DAE the right skills and professionalism, along with a real passion for customer service. This helps ensure that we are able to provide a quality exchange alternative for the growing shared vacation ownership industry in this important geographic region of the world.”
Ahmed Adel Saleh has more than 20 years of experience in fractional ownership real estate. Starting his career in sales and marketing, he moved quickly into management. During his career, Ahmed Adel has held management and director level positions for various companies. He holds a B.Sc. of law from Cairo University in Giza, Egypt.
Dial An Exchange timeshare has more than 90,000 timeshare units in Europe and the Middle East, within nearly 1400 timeshare resorts. In recent months we have reported on the opening of new DAE offices all around the globe. Included among those is the new Dial An Exchange timeshare office in Munich, Germany, which serves DAE members in Eastern Europe, including Russia, Greece and Turkey.
Other Dial An Exchange timeshare office locations include: United Kingdom, Italy, United States, China, India, South Africa, Thailand, and New Zealand, as well as the company’s corporate headquarters on the Gold Coast of Australia.