Tom Wolber Assumes Leadership at Disneyland Paris

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Euro Disney S.C.A. announced on September 15 that Tom Wolber has started in his role as Président of the various management companies that operate Disneyland Resort Paris.

On his first day in his new role, Mr. Wolber said “I am pleased to return to Europe and especially to Disneyland Paris, where I was in  1992 for its opening, to pursue the development of the leading European vacation destination”.

Tom is German and speaks 4 languages: French, Dutch, English and German. He returns to Disneyland Paris and brings more than 20 years of wide-ranging operations experience including leadership positions at Disney Cruise Line, Disney Vacation Club and both Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Paris. He most recently served as the head of Walt Disney World Resort and Transportation Operations, overseeing all of the 28 resort hotels and the property’s extensive transportation network. He has also overseen a number of complex expansion projects, including the successful launch of the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy and was instrumental in the Disney Springs master plan and the continued growth of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts’ sports business.

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  • Interesting that Mr. Wolber over saw some large areas of the business and now is back to a smaller area of the business. Was he just wanting something small again? Was he force to go back to a smaller part of Disney? Don’t get me wrong, Disney Paris or whatever the correct name of it is, is a great but small park. I personally have not been, but have heard wonderful things about it and it is on my bucket list as the only Disney I have not visited yet.

    Usually in business if you have someone that is a strong player and knows a lot about the business who did something wrong or not completed most efficiently gets demoted. Unless he is close to retiring and this is Disney’s gift to slow down and work on a smaller park that needs his guidance? I don’t know all the variables.