Matthew Carracher appointed CWT Asia Pacific VP Traveller & Transaction Services & Product Marketing

 
 
  Matthew Carracher
   

Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT), a global leader specialized in business travel and meetings and events management, today announced that Matthew Carracher has been appointed to the role of Vice President, Traveller & Transaction Services (TTS) and Product Marketing, CWT Asia Pacific.

Mr. Carracher, who is a member of the Asia Pacific Leadership Team, will be based in Melbourne, Australia. In his new role, he will continue to lead Product Marketing in Asia Pacific, and will take on the added responsibility of leading TTS for the region. He will report to Berthold Trenkel, Executive Vice President Traveller & Transaction Services, and Kelly Kuhn, President, CWT Asia Pacific.

Mr. Carracher is an experienced corporate travel professional, having worked in the industry for 18 years. He has been with CWT since 1996 and has held various roles across TTS, Program Management, Products and Online Services. In his most recent role, he led the product marketing and project management teams, and he is an expert on advising companies on how to get maximum ROI from their online booking tools. He holds an Undergraduate in Business Management, and Post Graduate in Internet and Web Computing.

“Matt’s extensive experience in the corporate travel industry and his in-depth knowledge of Product Marketing and TTS make him the ideal person to take on this role. I am confident that under his leadership, we will see continued improvement and innovation in our processes, technology and traveller products, which will propel us to even higher levels of client satisfaction,” said Kelly Kuhn.

 
     

Source = Carlson Wagonlit Travel
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