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The Faces of Revinate – Christophe Sabineu

Last Updated: October 21, 2022|Categories: Blog|Tags: , |1.6 min read|

We think we’re pretty lucky to have so many talented and diverse colleagues here at Revinate. In the weeks to come, we’ll continue to share a little bit about each person so that you can see the “faces of Revinate.”

Meet Christophe Sabineu. He is our resident “Frenchie” and was Revinate’s very first employee, so he has really seen our company grow from the very beginning!  

In a nutshell what do you do at Revinate?

I am in charge of building the Revinate hotel database and putting our client’s accounts together before they get launched. I also work with our Customer Support team to make sure our clients get the most out of Revinate.

What do you like most about Revinate?

I love our smart & fun team; I love our Product; I love our office (& our Golden Gate Bridge view). Above all, we share a passion for making Social Media more accessible and meaningful for Hoteliers. Revinate is the new mission control for the online word of mouth!

How long have you been with the company?

I joined early as employee #1; at the time Revinate was only ideas on paper.

What were you doing before joining Revinate?

I worked in the field of hotel revenue management in Europe, Asia and the US. I always had an interest for technology and how it can help us. It’s no wonder I ended up at Revinate.

What’s your favorite hotel that you’ve stayed at?

Colonnial Terrace Inn, Carmel-by-the-sea. It’s a small, private inn, just one block from the beach!

What is the number one city on your list that you want to travel to?

Perth, Western Australia 

What kind of things/activities do you like to do outside of work?

Windsurfing, Stand Up Paddle, Mountain Biking, Tons of VW van camping

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