The United States-based cruise company, Carnival Corporation has come up with new leadership changes within Princess Cruises related to several business units. Company’s new changes also include its operations in Asia consists of the promotion of Stuart Allison from vice president for Australia as well as New Zealand to senior vice president.
He will be responsible to handle company’s Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore business while recollecting revenue as well as operations oversight. Continuing to be based in Sydney, he will report to the newly appointed chief commercial officer for the Princess Cruises brand Deanna Austin. Deanna currently operating leads global deployment along with revenue management
Additionally, Deanna Austin will be responsible for the commercial management for the Princess Cruises company in 12 offices in several countries such as Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, UK, Australia, China, and Japan. She will report to Jan Swartz, Group President, Princess Cruises and Carnival Australia.
Other international operations for Princess Cruises includes Anthony Kaufman will be joining the company as an executive vice president and CFO for Carnival’s four business unit. He will be responsible for handling financial analysis, accounting, financial planning and reporting tax and the financial strategy.
Princess Cruises owned by Carnival Corporation and It was previously a subsidiary of P&O Princess Cruises. Princess Cruises headquarters are in California and Santa Clarita. Princess Cruises has 17 ships which cruise worldwide and marketed to American along with international passengers.