The first one to come to the office and the last one to leave. She is great to work with and caring (most of the time!) but knows how to get strict when needed. She pushes each one of us to get better day by day.
Favourite dish: Sardines. Cool fact: “I danced with the current king of Spain when he was still single and a prince. He was too tall for me!” What would you take to a desert island? I simply would not go. But if forced, I would take an internet connection.
He seems serious but in reality he is the funniest guy around. Most importantly, he ensures that we are always heading in the right direction.
Favourite dish: Paella. Cool fact: Once flew to a meeting in Bangkok from Barcelona and got a meeting cancellation 5 minutes before is started! What would you take to a desert island? A solar-powered calculator.
A man trapped on a plane, wherever he is needed either in in Europe or in the Middle East, he will be there. A genuine “Malagueño-Boquerón”, the last to join Roiback after several years in the B2B tourism industry.
Funny story: Currently working for the same boss that he had 20 years ago (in the past with great success, hopefully it will happen again ...) Favorite dish: Homemade fried potatoes (the rest is merely the side dish) Deserted Island: I would take my family, friends and a radio...
If you are a hotelier in Europe and want to work with us, Miguel is your man. He started in BC2, so he knows his stuff when it comes to market dynamics. He knows hotel distribution like the palm of his hand.
Favourite dish: My mum's shrimps. Cool fact:Holds a master's degree is bad jokes. What would you take to a desert island?A radio to listen to the football matches of my favourite team.
He’s a great guy and a digital nerd. He owns multichannel marketing, from social media, metasearch and search optimisation to everything that is in between. He is methodical and detail oriented. He says it himself: “I analyse everything. All the time.” If web traffic is what you are after. He will bring it to you.
Favourite dish: Rice with eggs and tomato sauce. Cool fact: He is one of few people that can reach his elbow with his mouth. For real! What would you take to a desert island?His pet dog.
Leo leads RoibackLab, our very own innovation test centre. He tests and tries new things. Sometimes they don’t work but other times they work wonders. He develops trendsetting tools that will bring you competitive advantage when selling direct.
Favourite dish: Turbot from the Port of Guetara (Spanish Basque Country). The world’s best Turbot! Cool fact: He has been inventing new things since he was a little boy. What would you take to a desert island? A modern day Noah’s Arch and a navigation map for when the time comes to go back!
Toni leads a dream team of engineers and developers. He captains the creation and maintenance of websites, and of course, the evolution of our booking engine. He ensures that our technology is always ready to help you sell.
Favourite dish: Fish rice. If he caught it, the taste is even better. Cool fact: One day he invented salt nougat! By mistake he used salt instead of sugar. What would you take to a desert island? A beach umbrella.
You can call him Toni. He knows the ins and outs of hotel dristribution. After travelling Europe in a several senior contracting roles he is now in Miami, where he goes all around the American continent to develop our business and services.
Favourite dish:His mum’s rice. Funny fact:After a meeting, he once got into a police car thinking it was a taxi. What would you take to a desert island? A boat.
A Spaniard in Thailand. He is having a great time developing our business in Asia from our office in Bangkok. His background is mainly B2C so he knows how the market moves.
Favourite dish: He loves rice: “Arros brut” Mallorquin rice, and Thai Mango Sticky Rice too! Cool fact: To weave through Bangkok traffic jams he takes “moto taxis”. Don’t do it if you have a heart issues! What would you take to a desert island? Sun cream.