CEO Blog

As a Hapimag shareholder or member, you have the opportunity to exchange information with Hassan Kadbi and other shareholders and members via the CEO Blog.
4/30/20

Coronavirus Crisis – Book your holiday with Hapimag

We all need to continue to stand together and support Hapimag. I am grateful that we count on you. A crisis always offers opportunities and generates new ideas. Let’s make the most of them!

12/18/19

Review of 2019 – a good year for Hapimag

In taking a look back at recent months, we can see that we have come a great deal closer to achieving our goals. Hapimag is progressing positively, our guests are happy and I can already say that we are expecting a good annual result for 2019.

11/13/19

The new Points Platform gets off to a great start

In mid-July we launched our new online Points Platform aimed at making it easier to buy and sell Hapimag residence points. The early response after the initial phase is good: we see that brisk use is being made of the platform. I would like to say a big thank you to all of our users – especially for your valuable feedback, which we have been able to use as a basis for improvements.

9/26/19

Digital communication opens up opportunities

Digital communication boosts efficiency, cuts costs and can contribute towards a clean environment. We’ve taken our first few steps in the right direction and there’s still quite a bit more to come. A brief summary.

4/17/19

“I love Hapimag because ... ”

Tell us why! What makes you happy when you think about Hapimag? We can then let others share our enthusiasm.

2/19/19

Are our apartment categories still up to date?

In this CEO Blog I would like to discuss the topic of apartment categories. How important are the Deluxe, Premium, Comfort or Budget categories to you? Could you envisage other options?

12/4/18

When would your children choose to join the Hapimag community?

This time, I would like to change the format of the CEO blog slightly and ask you a question, dear shareholders. I hope to be able to initiate an interesting and lively discussion. The question is what would it take for your children to become part of the Hapimag Community?