MSC Cruises Appoints Patrick Collins as BDM, Ontario and Atlantic Canada

Patrick Collins, BDM for Ontario and Atlantic Canada, MSC Cruises Canada.
Patrick Collins, BDM for Ontario and Atlantic Canada, MSC Cruises Canada.

MSC Cruises Canada has announced the appointment of Patrick Collins as Business Development Manager (BDM) for Ontario and Atlantic Canada, based in Toronto.

“We are delighted to have Patrick join us as we ramp up our trade partnerships and initiatives,” says Ian Patterson, Country Manager, Canada for MSC Cruises. “His knowledge and enthusiasm for cruising and building relationships with trade partners will be a great asset to our organization.”

Collins started his career coordinating large tour groups for Great Canadian Holidays & Coaches, and most recently was part of the business development team for Adventure Canada. According to MSC Cruises, Collins comes to the company as an experienced cruiser with a deep knowledge of the trade community in Eastern Canada.

For more information on MSC Cruises, visit its web site.

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