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Travelport appoints new Head of Product & Solutions in EMEA

Posted 28 March 2017 · Add Comment

Travelport has appointed Jasmeen Kaur in the role of head of product and solutions EMEA.

Formerly director of regional product & strategy for Northern Europe, Kaur is now responsible for providing product support & technical solutions and consultancy to the commercial teams across EMEA. With a focus on product prioritisation and delivery of product development and planning for future customer needs, Kaur will also work with and deliver on customer expectations.

With over twenty years of professional experience in the travel industry, she has held several senior management positions and joined Travelport in 2012. Prior to joining Travelport, Jasmeen was director of revenue generation of EMEA at Pegasus and her professional experiences have made her a seasoned travel industry professional focused on building and developing result focused teams.

Kaur said: “I am thrilled to have been given this fantastic opportunity to join the Travelport EMEA leadership team; to lead a passionate and resourceful team with a customer centric drive. Travelport has demonstrated real leadership and innovation in the industry in transforming the traditional distribution platform into a Travel Commerce Platform for online and offline travel agencies. Product, partnerships, consultancy and development are key strategic areas of focus for Travelport to offer a tailored service to meet the consumer business requirements and optimise the platform to maximize return on investment with higher conversion and yield.”

Rabih Saab, President and managing director for Europe, Africa, Middle East and South Asia at Travelport said: “We are delighted with Jasmeen Kaur’s appointment to the role of Head of Product & Solutions for EMEA. With her strong, exemplary performance, I am confident that Jasmeen will further drive Travelport’s vision to connect our customers to a world of travel choice while supporting the growth of our businesses in EMEA.”

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