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Regent Seven Seas appoints global marketing and PR executives

Caroline Smith takes on added marketing duties including a focus on North America. James Arnold reports to her
Regent Seven Seas Cruises appointed Caroline Smith as VP global marketing and James Arnold as global public relations director.

Smith brings more than 15 years of strategic brand management and communications experience. Prior to joining Regent in 2015 as head of marketing, Europe, Middle East and Africa, she was the head of product and marketing for a brand licensing supplier and the brand manager at a global confectionary company.

In her new role, Smith continues to oversee international markets with an expanded remit and new focus on North America marketing.

She, along with Janice Davidson, VP creative & brand, and Mike Moore, VP e-commerce, report directly to President and CEO Jason Montague.

James Arnold

Prior to joining Regent in 2020 as public relations manager for the Europe, Middle East and African markets, Arnold spent four years as an independent PR consultant after managing public relations and trade communications in the UK for Norwegian Cruise Line for eight years.

Arnold has been involved in media launches of multiple ships including Seven Seas Splendor and Seven Seas Explorer, and secured and managed several high-profile broadcast opportunities including 'The Secrets of the World’s Most Expensive Cruise Ships,' featuring the Regent brand, which aired on national television networks across the world.

He reports to Smith.

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