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WORDS MOLLY DYSON MOVERS& SHAKERS


WAYNE ARTHUR Staycity has appointed Wayne Arthur as chief financial officer, succeeding finance director Colm Whooley. Arthur joins the company from his previous role as chief financial officer for restaurant chain Prezzo.


ANNE RIGAIL Air France has announced its first female chief executive with the appointment of Anne Rigail. Rigail joined Air Inter in 1991 and was appointed head of customer services at Air France after the airlines merged. She was most recently vice-president, customer, at the carrier.


RICHARD ADDEY Richard Addey has been appointed managing director for the Sabre Travel Network in the UK, Ireland and Benelux. Addey has been leading Sabre’s South Africa business since 2015. He was previously at Smart and NEC.


NIGEL CONWAY IHG has named Nigel Conway as vice-president of marketing shared services, EMEAA. Conway joins from Nestle, where he was most recently global head of media and agency operations. Prior to this, he worked for WPP.


ANDREW COPE Fleet on Demand has appointed Andrew Cope as executive chairman following its deal with British Growth Fund. Cope is one of the founders of vehicle leasing firm Zenith and has been executive chairman for 30 years.


AMANDA ELLIS Amanda Ellis has been named national sales manager at Butlin’s Conference & Events. She was previously national account manager at the Fairmont St Andrews. She has more than 15 years’ experience in the MICE sector.


VICKI EVEREST Vicki Everest has been appointed to the newly-created role of director of global partnerships at Collinson. Everest joins after consulting for Quintessentially. She previously spent ten years at Mastercard.


JAMES MORTIMER Amber Road has appointed James Mortimer as group finance director. Mortimer brings experience from a variety of industries, most recently as chief finance and operations officer at Sweet Squared. He has held financial roles at Grant Thornton, BDO and British Airways.


buyingbusinesstravel.com 2019 JANUARY/FEBRUARY 31


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TRIPBAM RELEASES NEW FEATURE FOR HOTEL PROGRAMMES


HOTEL SHOPPING SERVICE Tripbam has launched a new feature called Strategic Share Shift (S3) which allows travel managers to shift share to preferred hotels and away from those that they think are not up to standard. Hotel performance is measured using


Tripbam Hotel Intelligence, which launched in August last year. Using S3 and Hotel Intelligence together enables travel managers to measure overall programme, hotel and chain-wide performance and compare them to a competitive set of similar companies. Travel managers can then adjust their


programme by taking actions, such as replacing poorly performing properties with hotels gaining higher scores.


MELIA GOES LIVE ON AMAZON


MELIA HOTELS INTERNATIONAL is now selling its services through Amazon. The group will sell accommodation and


experiences through the e-commerce website by offering two types of Melia Rewards gift cards – one worth 35,000 points and the other worth 55,000 points. Gift cards will be available for sale in


the UK, Spain, France, Italy and Germany. They can be exchanged for stays at any of Melia’s hotels, along with other services offered by the group and its partners across airlines, car rental, leisure, retail and financial services, among others. Melia Rewards members will be able


to exchange points they’ve earned for Amazon gift vouchers.


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