Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) has announced three key appointments to its executive team.
Andrew Waller, CWT's current president, Europe, Middle East and Africa, takes on a newly created role; executive vice president, Global Business Transformation. Waller will focus on driving efficiency and organization effectiveness, reshaping CWT’s business model for the future. Waller will be based in Paris and London.
Kelly Kuhn, CWT's president, Asia-Pacific, will take the role of president, Europe, Middle East and Africa and Global Partners Network, based in London.
Kai Chan, currently general manager, Southeast Asia for CWT, becomes president, Asia Pacific, and part of the global executive team. She will be based in Singapore.
Commenting on the appointments, Doug Anderson, president & CEO, CWT, said: "Andrew, Kelly and Kai all have significant track records of leading CWT to success. Their combined expertise and experience will help us to move our business into the future, and I look forward to working with them to further strengthen our offering to clients around the world."
All three positions report directly to Anderson, and are effective 1 February, 2016.
About Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Companies and governments rely on us to keep their people connected. We provide their travelers with a consumer-grade travel experience, combining innovative technology with our vast experience. Every day, we look after enough travelers to fill almost 200 Boeing 747s and around 100,000 hotel rooms, and handle 95 corporate events. We have more than 18,000 people in nearly 150 countries, and in 2016 posted a total transaction volume of US$ 23 billion.