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Cuvée Expands Leadership Team With Top Sales Executives

The luxury travel company adds three people with unique travel experiece


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Cuvée, the ultra-luxury destination villa and experience company, recently announced a strategic expansion of its sales team with the addition of three new sales executives with more than 30 years of international travel expertise.

“Cuvée continues to thoughtfully evolve the luxury destination industry, forging our own category of unique, design-focused villas and immersive experiences across the globe,” Larry Mueller, Founder and CEO, says. “Our commitment to discerning travelers requires us to employ only the most highly-qualified experts, dedicated to cultivating six-star experiences for our guests.”

The new additions to the Cuvée sales team include:

Eric Palomaa, Director of Strategic Partnerships: Eric brings more than a decade of experience working with world-class institutions, Fortune 500 companies, and leading philanthropic organizations.

Aaron Segel, Travel Partner Relations Manager: Aaron joins Cuvée after leading international training programs in eight countries, including the Global Students Leaders Summit on Human Rights in The Hague.

Frances Silva, Client Experience Manager: Frances will manage a portfolio of direct, luxury clients after years of supervising high-end retail operations at destinations around the country.

Earlier this year, Cuvée announced additions to its luxe portfolio of villas and chalets, with four new international destinations in Thailand, Sri Lanka, Dominican Republic, and Anguilla. 

About Cuvée:Cuvée owns and curates a rare collection of ultra-luxury villas and chalets in celebrated global destinations. Its vision is to create the world’s most elevated travel experiences by connecting their guests to their surroundings through couture design, exceptionally tailored planning, and singular cultural experiences. For over a decade, Cuvée’s quality and personalization has garnered unparalleled praise from its audience of discerning travelers. For more information, please visit https://www.cuvee.com/.

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