Haven Resorts & Spas Appoints Jan Lapointe as Director of Sales & Marketing, North America

Mexico, Cancun. February 10, 2020

Haven Resorts & Spas is pleased to announce that VoX International has been named to provide brand sales & marketing throughout North America. Through VoX, Jan LaPointe has been appointed as Director Sales & Marketing for North America effective Jan. 16, 2020. Withmore than 30 years of experience in the tourism industry, Mrs. LaPointe is a knowledgeable and trusted leader with a proven track record of developing and growing new brands, driving innovative marketing strategies, developing loyalty programs and identifying new sales channels for hotels.

In this role, Jan will be responsible for leading Haven's Sales & Marketing Initiatives in the United States and Canada. She will lead projects alongside Florian Connert, Haven's Senior Director of Sales & Marketing.Prior to joining Haven Resorts & Spas, Jan served as a core part of the AMResorts leadership team for more than 16 years. During Jan's tenure, she was the Senior Director of Marketing for AMResorts worldwide and played an integral part in launching six brands.

Following successful launches, as VP of NA Sales Strategies, Jan lead theNorth American sales teams, consortia relationships and the travel agent loyalty program. Jan looks forward to developing exciting new programs for both consumers and travel agents for Haven Resorts & Spas, as well as working closely with distribution partners in North America to help achieve their mutual goals.

"We feel lucky to welcome such a knowledgeable and experienced leader to Haven's growing North American team and we have no doubt that Mrs. Lapointe will play a key part in the continuous success of Haven Resorts & Spas," says Maria Antonia Llull, Chief Executive Officer of Hipotels, the family-owned Spanish hotel group that owns and operates Haven Resorts & Spas. The first property within the Haven Resorts & Spas portfolio debuted in Cancun, Mexico on October 2018. The exclusive, luxury all-suite, all-inclusive adults-only resort is part of Preferred Hotels & Resort's L.V.X collection and is currently developing a state-of-the-art Convention Center set to debut Fall 2020, as well as an additional 104-guest suites

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