Ms. Akiko Takahashi is the executive vice president and chief human resources/corporate social responsibility officer of Melco Crown Entertainment.She was appointed to her current role in December 2008. Prior to that, she held the title group human resources director from December 2006, when she joined the company.Prior to joining Melco Crown, Ms. Takahashi worked as a consultant in her own consultancy company from 2003 to 2006, where she conducted “C-level” executive searches for clients and assisted with brand/service culture alignment for a luxury hotel in New York City, and where her last engagement prior to joining our Company was to lead the human resources integration for the largest international hospitality joint venture in Japan between InterContinental Hotels Group and ANA Hotels. She was the global group director of human resources for Shangri-la Hotels and Resorts, an international luxury hotel group headquartered in Hong Kong, from 1995 to 2003.Between 1993 and 1995, she was the senior vice president of human resources and service quality for Bank of America, Hawaii, FSB. She served as regional human resources manager for Sheraton Hotels Hawaii / Japan from 1985 to 1993. She started her hospitality career as a training manager for Halekulani Hotel. She began her career in the fashion luxury retail industry in merchandising, operations, training and human resources. Ms. Takahashi attended the University of Hawaii.
Melco Resorts & Entertainment’s Studio City won 1st Runner-Up Award at the CEM ‘Macau Energy Saving Contest 2017’, whilst Altira Macau garnered the Excellence Award. The awards are in recognition of the company’s efforts in reducing electricity consumption, as part of its corporate vision to promote environmental sustainability. The contest compared six consecutive billing months […]
Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited says it supported the Macau annual charity event “Walk for a Million” organized by the Readers of Macao Daily News Charity Fund. A record number of participants, with a 2,300-strong force comprising of over 2,000 adults and 300 kids, has carried on Melco’s legacy of supporting this meaningful campaign in […]
Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd recently launched a series of activities across its properties to reinforce employees’ knowledge and awareness of the importance of responsible gaming. From September 5 to 14, activity booths that challenged employees’ knowledge of responsible gaming were set up in the Heart of Houses across MCE’s properties – City of Dreams, Studio […]
On Sunday, Melco Crown Entertainment co-organized the first ‘MCE Cares – Special Olympics Sports Fun Day’ with Macau Special Olympics to promote integration of intellectual disabilities and physical agility. The event is a warm-up for the Special Olympics World Games 2015 to be held in Los Angeles this summer. The Company is very proud of […]
Melco Resorts & Entertainment has been awarded Gaming Operator of the Year, Australia & Asia at the International Gaming Awards (IGA) 2018. Melco is the developer, owner and operator of integrated casino gaming and entertainment resort facilities, whose business operations include City of Dreams Macau, Studio City, City of Dreams Manila, Altira Macau and Mocha […]
Macau casino operator Melco Resorts & Entertainment has added a total of twenty electric buses to its shuttle fleet, transporting customers to, from and between its integrated resorts City of Dreams, Studio City and Altira Macau. The zero-emission fleet includes eighteen tour coaches and two public bus style vehicles, and is scheduled to begin operations […]
Melco has won an Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility award at the 7th Cross-Strait-Four-Region Outstanding CSR Awards organized by the Mirror Post of Hong Kong. Melco garnered the accolade among regional organizational entries from China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan based on its commitment to shareholders and clients, community relations, employee care, leadership and environmental sustainability […]
Melco Resorts & Entertainment marked the official launch Wednesday of a fleet of 20 zero-emission electric buses, which it claims is the largest in Macau.