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Emma Darby named COO of Resense
POSTED 16 Aug 2019 . BY Jane Kitchen
Darby oversees a global team of operations and training managers supporting a portfolio of 35 spas in operation with a further 30 spas in various stages of creation, design and pre-opening
Darby oversees a global team of operations and training managers supporting a portfolio of 35 spas in operation with a further 30 spas in various stages of creation, design and pre-opening
Leading wellness consultancy Resense has announced the promotion of Emma Darby to the position of chief operating officer (COO).

Darby benefits from over 20 years of experience within the wellness industry. Prior to joining Resense in 2012, she was a senior spa director for six years with Ritz Carlton, managing spas in Tenerife, Dubai and the Manama Spa in Bahrain.

Darby also successfully directed the award-winning Rosewood Spa in Mayakoba, Mexico and was instrumental in leading and expanding non-invasive laser clinical company throughout the United Kingdom.

Since joining Resense, Darby has been a key figure in the company’s spa operations globally, progressing from operations manager to regional operations director, and more recently, for the past three years she has directed the entire portfolio as global operations director.

Darby oversees a global team of operations and training managers supporting a portfolio of 35 spas in operation with a further 30 spas in various stages of creation, design and pre-opening.

“It is a privilege to lead Resense’s operations, especially in such a time of growth and expansion,” said Darby. “We have ambitious plans and I am looking forward to taking our operational support systems to a new level, as well as continuing to innovate through new wellness technologies.”
 


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16 Aug 2019

Emma Darby named COO of Resense
BY Jane Kitchen

Darby oversees a global team of operations and training managers supporting a portfolio of 35 spas in operation with a further 30 spas in various stages of creation, design and pre-opening

Darby oversees a global team of operations and training managers supporting a portfolio of 35 spas in operation with a further 30 spas in various stages of creation, design and pre-opening

Leading wellness consultancy Resense has announced the promotion of Emma Darby to the position of chief operating officer (COO).

Darby benefits from over 20 years of experience within the wellness industry. Prior to joining Resense in 2012, she was a senior spa director for six years with Ritz Carlton, managing spas in Tenerife, Dubai and the Manama Spa in Bahrain.

Darby also successfully directed the award-winning Rosewood Spa in Mayakoba, Mexico and was instrumental in leading and expanding non-invasive laser clinical company throughout the United Kingdom.

Since joining Resense, Darby has been a key figure in the company’s spa operations globally, progressing from operations manager to regional operations director, and more recently, for the past three years she has directed the entire portfolio as global operations director.

Darby oversees a global team of operations and training managers supporting a portfolio of 35 spas in operation with a further 30 spas in various stages of creation, design and pre-opening.

“It is a privilege to lead Resense’s operations, especially in such a time of growth and expansion,” said Darby. “We have ambitious plans and I am looking forward to taking our operational support systems to a new level, as well as continuing to innovate through new wellness technologies.”



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