Regent Seven Seas appoints new UK business development executive
Luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas has strengthened its UK team with the appointment of new Business Development Executive, Roxanne Howard.
She joins Regent Seven Seas Cruises with 20 years’ experience in the travel industry, and will focus on developing existing relationships with travel partners and growing new partnerships across the UK.
Her main responsibilities will include account management and the implementation of sales campaigns, as well as identifying new business opportunities.
“We are delighted to welcome Roxanne to the Regent team. With extensive experience we know she will be a great asset and strengthen our UK business,” said Graham Sadler, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, EMEA, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
She began her career in 2001, quickly progressing from apprentice to Branch Manager at Thomas Cook, and has since held a number of prominent travel roles including Senior Product & Category Executive, Cruise for Kuoni Travel and, most recently, Senior Product Manager at ASMALLWORLD.
“I am delighted to join the team, and am thrilled to be able to showcase the unrivalled Regent experience to the UK travel trade,” Howard said.
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