Former FanDuel SVP joins TravelNest executive leadership team

From left - Cameron Boal and Rebecca Moore
From left - Cameron Boal and Rebecca Moore

Former FanDuel executive Cameron Boal has been appointed VP, Marketing at travel-tech start-up TravelNest.  

Boal was previously SVP, Marketing at online fantasy sports giant FanDuel from 2010 to 2018. From 2018 to 2019 he was CMO at Players’ Lounge – a New York-based eSports start-up. 

He will be responsible for driving TravelNest’s growth and the continued disruption of the holiday lets market. 

TravelNest is a platform that enables holiday let owners to set up, manage and optimize all of their marketing from one place. It ensures holiday let properties are seen by millions of potential guests, unlocks their earning potential and turns unsold dates into guests. 

Boal joins TravelNest a few months after the appointment of Rebecca Moore, VP, Operations (former Senior Director Growth – Europe & Americas at Skyscanner). Together, they are part of TravelNest’s Executive Leadership Team, led by CEO and Founder Doug Stephenson. 

Cameron Boal commented on his appointment: “I’m delighted to be joining TravelNest at such an exciting time. The holiday lets market has exploded in recent years and with so many people now renting properties, it’s tough for hosts to stand out. TravelNest takes the hassle out of managing a holiday let while ensuring properties get maximum, worldwide exposure to millions of potential new guests. This is a truly global market and one that’s ripe for disruption. Doug has put together a fantastic team doing exactly that from right here in Edinburgh.” 

TravelNest founder and CEO Doug Stephenson added: “As a business, TravelNest is committed to attracting the best talent. With this in mind, I am delighted to welcome Cameron to the team. His experience driving exponential growth at FanDuel will be invaluable as we embark on our ambitious growth plans. Together with VP, Operations Rebecca Moore, Cameron will be instrumental in driving our successful growth strategy.” 

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