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Published on Monday, January 27, 2020

Traveltek appoints new Global Director of Sales, Paul Millan

Traveltek has announced the appointment of Paul Millan, as Global Director of Sales, who previously held the role of Regional Director, APAC, at Traveltek. Paul joined Traveltek in 2013 and is relocating back to the UK after more than 20 years living in Australia to take up this new position. 
Paul has over 30 years of experience in the travel industry and has worked across all sectors of the industry including leisure, corporate and technology and held senior sales roles at Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Sabre and Amadeus. During his time at Traveltek Paul has been instrumental in the growth of the Traveltek business in the Asia Pacific region.
Paul Millan, said: "I am delighted to be taking up this new role, which I think will be both challenging and exciting, especially as we drive forward sales strategies within the USA and Europe. I have been with Traveltek for almost seven years and I am thrilled to be continuing my career journey with them."
Cressida Sergeant, Chief Commercial Officer, said: "Paul's new appointment cements the growth plans for Traveltek with a key focus on the USA and Europe, and Paul's level of experience and knowledge of the industry compliments perfectly with this role."
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