Canada: Enso Connect, a guest experience platform for professional property managers and hoteliers, has announced the hiring of Nicolas Galantini as its head of sales.
Galantini will be taking on the sales team leadership and will be responsible for accelerating Enso Connect’s revenue by expanding the company presence in new geographies, creating new partnerships and contributing to the marketing and business strategies. He will focus on growing the company’s footprint and delivering an exceptional product to Enso Connect’s customers.
He will also be a member of the company’s leadership team and will report to co-founder and CEO, Francois Gouelo.
Gouelo said: “Enso Connect’s vision is to build the world’s greatest digital guest journeys in hospitality businesses, from individual Airbnb hosts to Fortune 500 hotels, allowing everyone to build a brand, generate more revenue and know their guests.
“Nicolas’ leadership and experience will contribute to our achievement of that vision while accelerating our growth. Having worked with Nicolas through AJL Atelier, I am beyond impressed by his deep understanding of hospitality combined with technology.
“His hands-on experience and customer-first mindset are the perfect cultural fit for our team,” he added.
Galantini brings a broad range of short-term rental, technology and digital experience leadership to Enso Connect, including previous roles at AJL Atelier and Rentals United, where he served as a vacation rental consultant and sales expert.
He said: “I am thrilled to join the Enso Connect team at such an exciting time in the company’s development. Enso Connect has an outstanding tech product and capabilities that are unrivalled across the industry, enabling property managers and hotels to automate guest management processes, create memorable experiences and increase loyalty to their brands.
“I look forward to building on the great momentum at Enso Connect and delivering the best AI-powered guest experience technology to the company’s customers and prospects,” he added.
Galantini will join the company on 26 April and will be based in Barcelona, Spain.
The Toronto-based proptech company raised just shy of $2 million in seed funding in November.