Yvonne Jackson, interim CEO, Nadler Hotels

In January this year, Robert Nadler, founder of Nadler Hotels stepped down from his role as CEO and for the brand, there was one clear figure ready to step into his shoes.

Yvonne Jackson has been with the quirky boutique portfolio for the past six years, after initially being hired on a consultancy basis. She became operations director in 2012, taking over full operational and financial responsibility together with all sales, revenue and marketing activities.

The Nadler group, which comprises of three hotels in London and one in Liverpool that launched in 2010, will grow once again over the next 12 months.

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A fourth property in London will open and its debut in Manchester, close to Jackson’s birthplace of Lancashire, both due for late 2019, meaning the newly-appointed CEO will certainly have her hands full.

She played a pivotal role when the group expanded in London with the launch of Nadler Victoria in 2016 and will undoubtedly be instrumental to the success of the new venues over the coming few years.

Prior to her role with Nadler, Jackson worked for the likes of Hilton, Formby Hall Hotel, QHotels and De Vere while running her own hotel, booking agency and consultancy business, racking up over 20 years in the hospitality sector.

She is also CEO / managing director with Condor Hotels Limited, a company specialising in hotel management, working to increase turnover and profitability within struggling properties.

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