US: New York-based hospitality brand startup Domio has hired Jim Mrha as its chief financial officer [CFO] as he switches from his role at Hilton Worldwide leading Americas Operations Finance.
Mrha will bring more than 30 years of financial experience to the role, having also spent five years as the CFO of MGM Hospitality and 25+ years with Marriott International in various senior leadership roles across the United States, Europe and Asia.
Domio CEO and co-founder, Jay Roberts, said: “We are always looking for world-class talent to advise and lead on our global expansion, and Jim is a world-class addition to continue our focus on profitable and sustainable growth. Jim brings decades of financial experience with some of the biggest players in hospitality and we’re thrilled to have him hit the ground running and contribute to the ongoing success of Domio.”
As chief financial officer, Mrha will provide strategic leadership on all financial and business aspects of Domio, with a focus on increasing profitability and growth. He joins as the company seeks to continue its expansion in a rapidly-evolving industry with the increasing convergence of technology, real estate and hospitality.
In December, Domio raised $100 million in a Series B funding round with the intention to expand its business in the United States and into 25 global markets by the end of the calendar year.
Mrha said: “Jay has created something special at Domio and it’s great to join Domio in this exciting stage of its growth. I’m looking forward to joining the team and positioning the company for strong financial performance during its global expansion.”
For more information, visit the Domio website here.