Accommodation-only specialist Stuba has appoint Sarah Clayton-Turner as head of marketing to oversee its global marketing activity.
Clayton-Turner has worked with the business for 13 years on a consultancy basis and will now take on the permanent role, working four days a week.
The company has also appointed Carina Hyatt as digital marketing executive with the aim of enhancing its online presence with trade partners and on social media.
Hyatt previously worked for Co-op Travel before taking roles outside the industry.
Clayton-Turner said: “I’ve loved working with Stuba. Having initially joined getabed, I’ve been involved with the company for a long time and following the rebrand to Stuba, it has been a delight to see how the company is going from strength to strength.
“Now it’s time to boost the team and having Carina with her experience on board will enable us take the brand and our marketing strategy to the next level.”
Stuba chief commercial officer Matt Stuart added: “Sarah has spearheaded all our campaigns for a number of years, and we could not have asked for a higher quality output on every level.
“We are really looking forward to the newly expanded team driving our ambitious marketing strategies, and supporting our trade partners, in line with our overall plans.”