Egencia Reorganizes And Appoints Two Executives

Egencia has created two new global organizations in a reorganization that also saw the promotion of two company executives.
The first organization is focused on “serving clients and driving market share growth,” the company said in a statement, comprising Egencia worldwide Sales and Account Management teams. This organization will be led by Egencia and long-time corporate travel veteran Christophe Peymirat, who most recently led Egencia's European and Nordic businesses. Peymirat’s title is chief commercial officer of Egencia Worldwide.

According to the company, “the second organization will be focused on scaling Egencia's business operations and also on leading all supplier partner relationships worldwide.” Mark Hollyhead, who has been leading Egencia's Americas business and who just completed the integration of Orbitz for Business, will take on the role of chief operating officer of Egencia Worldwide.

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