Cabot Names Jules Cowan-Dewar as Vice President, Sales & Marketing

Canada, Toronto, Ontario. January 14, 2020

Cabot, developer and operator of a diverse collection of residential, resort, golf club and master-planned communities, announced today that Jules Cowan-Dewar has joined the company as Vice President, Sales & Marketing. Cowan-Dewar will spearhead all brand marketing initiatives and lead a revenue-driven sales team.

In her role, she will oversee advertising, branding, public relations and social media as the company enters an exciting new chapter of global growth. Cowan-Dewar brings over ten years of marketing and brand management expertise to her new position. Most recently, she was the Vice President of Marketing at Canadian retail giant Indigo during the brand's successful expansion within Canada and into the United States. She graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Studies and Sociology from the University of Toronto.

"Jules has a proven track record of elevating brand identity and leading high-performing teams to success," said Ben Cowan-Dewar, CEO and Co-founder of Cabot. "I am thrilled to have her onboard during this pivotal time as the Cabot brand continues to evolve."

Cabot Cape Breton opened in 2011 to national acclaim, and the resort and golf courses continue to be regarded as the best in the world by Golf Digest, GOLF and Golfweek. The resort is investing in major property enhancements to include new residences, a short course, putting course, clubhouse and health and wellness center. Cabot Saint Lucia broke ground last summer and will include a masterful Coore and Crenshaw designed 18-hole golf course, a boutique resort with an array of first-rate amenities and a variety of magnificent real estate options, available for pre-sale now.

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