Founders of the Hokkaido Tracks brand, Matt Dening and Simon Robinson, have officially announced the separation between Hokkaido Tracks Management (HTM KK) and Hokkaido Tracks Development (HTD) with a reciprocal buy out of interests in each company.

This means that HTM and HTD will now operate independently with no links at brand, ownership or board level.

Matt Dening will continue as President and become sole owner of HTM KK, which is growing rapidly and operates these well-known Niseko-based brands:

Niseko Central (previously Hokkaido Tracks Management) - Niseko’s largest portfolio of Holiday Rental Condominiums and Resort Homes with holiday and owner services to match.

Ki Niseko – Hirafu’s latest ski-in ski-out luxury onsen hotel.

Gondola Snowsports (GoSnow) – The official International Snowsports School of Grand Hirafu Resort.

Simon Robinson will continue as President and owner of HTD, which retains the Hokkaido Tracks brand.

On the matter, Matt Dening states “Niseko is experiencing the next wave of growth with increased interest in the resort as a holiday and investment destination from Asia and Europe, as well as traditional markets of Japan and Australia. Hokkaido Tourism Management is now well positioned as the only “white label” and independent management solution for the Niseko area.”

HTM will continue to grow and secure its place in Niseko as the go-to white-label provider of management services, working with a variety of local and international real estate companies and developers.

Both entities look forward to working together as stakeholders in the growth and continued success of Niseko as a world leading alpine resort.

Read the complete press release here (opens in new window).

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Chris Pickering

Posted on 13 November, 2014 by Chris Pickering in Niseko Central News.