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MOVERS& SHAKERS


ANDREW CANTRELL Evolvi Rail Systems has appointed Andrew Cantrell as managing director. Cantrell has been with the company for more than 12 years, most recently as director of IT. He has 30 years’ experience in software/product development.


ROSS MCNAIRN TravelPerk has appointed Ross McNairn as chief product officer. McNairn was co-founder of Dorsai Travel, which was later acquired by Skyscanner. He is tasked with leading the development of the company’s platform.


CLARE ACE CAP Worldwide Serviced Apartments has named Clare Ace as a director. Ace joins from SACO, where she was director of global supply and revenue. She will be responsible for CAP’s global brand partnerships.


CLAIRE MCGUINNESS ATPI Group has promoted Claire McGuinness to the role of project lead for the account management team based in Aberdeen. McGuinness will manage complex project work and travel programmes for clients in the energy sector.


YON ABAD Flight Centre Travel Group’s Global Procurement Network has appointed Yon Abad as vice-president of corporate supplier relationships and distribution platforms. Abad joins from CWT, where he held senior roles.


PAUL ABBOTT Paul Abbott has been named as the new chief executive of American Express Global Business Travel as Doug Anderson prepares to step down. Abbott has been at American Express for 24 years.


INNA KIZENKOVA CWT has given Inna Kizenkova the title of vice-president of air distribution partnerships to expand its NDC team. Kizenkova was previously the firm’s vice-president of global supplier management for EMEA.


JOHN DAVEY Inntel has appointed John Davey as its new head of business travel. Davey joins with 26 years’ industry experience, having managed flagship offices for large TMCs in London. He will head up the company’s business travel operations teams.


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UK MICE INDUSTRY ON THE UP


UK EVENT PLANNERS SAY they are organising more functions with larger attendance than in previous years, according to a recent survey for the MICE industry. The Cvent 2019 Planner Sourcing Report – UK Edition includes data from a survey of 500 event planners, 46 per cent of whom said they are organising 50 or more events per year. Thirty-three per cent of those functions hosted more than 500 attendees, showing growth in the size of events.


Interestingly, it appears UK planners are busier than their North American and Middle East counterparts, with 19 per cent and 17 per cent of organisers in those markets saying they plan 50 or more events per year.


ANA MAKES DOW JONES SUSTAINABILITY WORLD INDEX


ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS has been included in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for the third consecutive year and the Asia- Pacific list for the fourth consecutive year. The airline was chosen for its sustainability


efforts, including its climate strategy, operational eco-efficiency and environmental reporting. It also received recognition for its human rights initiatives, corporate citizenship and philanthropy, privacy protection, talent recruitment and retention, risk and crisis management and information security practices.


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