Matthew Shi is fluent in English and Chinese Mandarin. A highly self-motivated, responsible, results and detail oriented person, he has the determination to deliver.
Before settled in New Zealand, Matthew gained a wealth of insight into Chinese all walk of industries by 10 years of experience working as a long-term simultaneous linguistic service provider with two companies appointed by many industry leading brands for Great China region, including brands such as Apple, Goldman Sachs, Giorgio Armani, Aston Martin, P&G, etc.
Moving to New Zealand in 2013 and becoming a motelier was the beginning of a new journey for Matthew. His motel is a member of MANZ (Motel Association of NZ) and RCC (Rotorua Chamber of Commerce), and he has been a committee member of both RAM (Rotorua Association of Motels) and RCCC (Rotorua Chinese Chamber of Commerce) since 2014. As a committee member of local industry, Matthew’s major role is to bridge the culture and communication gaps for Asian motel owners and respond, satisfy local motelier's common concerns and interest. He has learned a tremendous amount about Rotorua's accommodation and tourism business through this experience.
Prior joining Resort Broker as a professional Hospitality and Accommodation broker, he had a very successful career experience as residential salesperson and accommodation specialist in Hotel Department of Ray White Rotorua, he closed 6 residential deals and 4 motel business deal in his first year joining the company.
Matthew has both enthusiasm and in-depth knowledge for accommodation business operation, business lease and property investment and a strong connection to motel industry. His diversified career experience and personal practice of the spirit 'Live local, think global' will ensure your advantage in the current accommodation and tourism market with added value when it comes to selling or buying.
Matthew will go the extra mile to make your accommodation and tourism business investment journey a wonderful one.
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