Go Travel announces Denz Van Der List as Vice President of Sales

By Luke Barras-hill |

Denz Van Der List joins Go Travel as VP Sales amid a concerted push for growth in Asia, Middle East and the Americas.

Go Travel has appointed Denz Van Der List as Vice President of Sales.

The experienced travel retail executive, a familiar and popular face within industry circles for a number of years, officially began in his role on 3 January and is tasked with expanding Go Travel’s presence in the US and key global markets, including global travel retail.

Van Der List was most recently Director Commercial Sales and Services North America at Gate Gourmet, a position he vacated in December, and prior to that he held the role of Sales Director Global Travel Retail at CabinZero.

He is perhaps best known for his time at travel neck pillow specialist Cabeau, which he joined in 2013 before spending almost six years helping to develop the company’s global travel retail presence across duty free and duty paid channels at airports, onboard airlines, cruise lines and with international distributors, agents and partners.

“We are delighted to be working with Denz as the company ramps up its global distribution; both domestic and international travellers are our targets in 2023,” said Glenn Rogers, Vice Chairman of Go Travel.

“I am excited to start a new journey in this position. Go Travel is a great brand and I am looking forward to being a part of the global team,” added Van Der List.

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