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COMPANY PROFILES


VOYA Unit 2, IDA Cluster , Finisklin Business Park, Sligo, Ireland


Tel: +35 371 916 1872 Fax: +35 371 915 0007 Email: sales@voya.ie Twitter: @VOYAbeauty LinkedIn: voya-organic-beauty-from-the-sea Facebook: VOYAorganicbeautyfromthesea Blog: http://blog.voya.ie/ www.voya.ie


Background VOYA was founded in 1912. It’s run by husband and wife duo, Mark and Kira Walton.


Main products and services VOYA is proud to have produced the world’s fi rst range of certifi ed organic seaweed-based prod- ucts. All 100 retail and professional products contain extracts of wild seaweed, sustainably hand-harvested by the Walton family. All VOYA products combine the thera-


peutic properties of seaweed with scientifi c excellence and contain a minimum of 70 per cent organic ingredients, specially chosen to complement the properties of the seaweed. The products are made without mineral oils, genetically modifi ed ingredients, synthetic colours, artifi cial fragrances or preservatives and are suitable for sensitive skin types.


Additional products VOYA off ers turndown service, a full range of bedroom amenities (in mini and bulk sizes), retail products, professional products and spa treatments. The company also supports accounts by offering a comprehensive pro- motional calendar, staff incentives schemes, event and marketing support and corporate gifting. Its training programme includes staff retail training, certifi ed professional treatment training and refresher courses when necessary.


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Unique selling points Unique, innovative treatment and product development: VOYA specialises in creating bespoke spa experiences and supporting products for clients. Certified organic spa offering: products are licensed by the Soil Association. Certified halal treatment and product range. Authentic history in holistic wellbeing: offers a credible reference to a 300-year-old tradition. Strategic client selec- tion: has strategically worked with reputable partners globally, ensuring brand integrity and protection from dilution.


How many spas do you supply? Over 150 accounts in 36 countries.


Top clients Jumeirah; Ritz Carlton; Four Seasons; Queen Mary II; Canyon Ranch; St. Regis Hotels and Resorts; Grand Hyatt; The Landmark Hotel, The Chateau; GHM Hotels; Waldorf Astoria; Six Senses; Gili Lankanfushi; The Mirage.


Where in the world? We distribute to 36 countries across Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Far East.


Plans for 2014 2014 has already seen the launch of the VOYA Skincare Travel Kit and the VOYA Organic


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Illuminating Facial. The company will also be launching a new organic Body Oil in 2014. 2014 has seen VOYA enter Bahrain and


Romania and the company plans to enter China and Australia in the near future. VOYA plans to build on its spa development, with openings in Bahrain and the Maldives and is launching multiple new products across a variety of categories in 2014.


Who’s who? Mark Walton, MD and co-founder; Kira Walton, creative director and co-founder; Katherine Durcan, commercial manager.


What the clients say “VOYA is a truly authentic wellness and prevention brand. We’ve been working with the company for over four years, the organic seaweed bath has become our top spa service, we can’t keep the retail in stock.” Michelle Kelthy, spa director, Ritz Carlton Naples


“I personally selected VOYA as one of the key products for the spa because I strongly believe in the detoxifying properties of seaweeds and the eff ectiveness of the products. And the fact that it is organic and sustainable is like icing on the cake.” Michael Monsod, director of spa & recreation, Sofi tel The Palm, Dubai


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