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Alejandro Zozaya

Alejandro Zozaya

Chief Executive Officer
Apple Leisure Group

As CEO of Apple Leisure Group, Alejandro Zozaya leverages 30 years of industry insight to optimize global synergies between the Group’s six leading hospitality companies.

Through the unparalleled distribution of Apple Vacations®, Travel Impressions® and®, ALG serves more than 2 million guests annually—delivering more North American leisure travelers to Mexico and the Caribbean than any other hospitality company in the world.

Amstar DMC is the largest destination management company in Mexico, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. For over 25 years, Amstar has expertly served group, business and leisure travelers with personalized tours, private excursions and deluxe airport transfers.

AMResorts® and its popular guest loyalty program, Unlimited Vacation Club®, spearhead ALG’s rapidly expanding resort product portfolio. Since 2001, AMResorts has elevated the all-inclusive resort experience with an esteemed collection of luxury brands: Zoëtry® Wellness & Spa Resorts, Secrets®, Breathless®, Dreams®, Now®, and Sunscape® Resorts & Spas. The company closed 2017 with the largest pipeline of all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean. This follows multiple years of double-digit growth for the company, a trend which ALG continues as it is poised to expand its portfolio of resort management contracts by 36 percent, if we only consider the projects secured to-date.

Prior to establishing AMResorts in 2001, Alex held senior positions at Fiesta Americana Hotels & Resorts, where he directed all commercial activities for Latin America's largest hotel consortium.

Alex's outstanding contributions to international hotel business have garnered numerous industry accolades, including recognition as “Hotelier of the Year” by Alta Hoteleria, for which he received the distinguished Diamante Award, plus CNN Expansion magazine ranking Alex among the “100 Most Important and Influential Business People in Mexico”. On February 2018, Alex was named Vice President of the Mexican National Council of Tourism Companies (CNET for its acronym in Spanish), main organism representing the tourism private sector in the country.