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Helping corporations better manage business travel and expense will be Gallego’s mission in this key segment of the Travel Channels business
Amadeus today announces that Ángel Gallego has been appointed Executive Vice President of the Corporations segment in Travel Channels, effective immediately.
With the corporate segment identified as one of Travel Channels’ strategic priorities, Gallego’s mission will be to help corporations around the globe power smarter business travel.
Recently, Gallego was an advisor to Aerticket AG, the Berlin-based ticket wholesaler as it pursued an international expansion strategy. In addition, he served as an Advisory Board Member to Daka90, the leading OTA and Mobile Travel Retailer in Israel. He also held a number of advisory and board member roles in other companies spanning the eCommerce, biotechnology, energy and fashion industries.
Gallego, who previously spent 15 years at Amadeus, held different leadership roles such as President of Asia Pacific, VP of Distribution in WEMEA and Director in Latin America. During that time, he developed an intimate knowledge of Amadeus, which will be key to his new role.
Ángel Gallego, Executive Vice President, Corporations, Travel Channels, Amadeus, said, “I’m really excited to re-join Amadeus and work with our 16,000+ corporate customers to power smarter business travel. Helping corporations better manage business travel and expense and improve traveler journeys is a key priority for my team and for Amadeus."
Decius Valmorbida, President of Travel Channels, Amadeus, said, “I am pleased to have a seasoned and talented individual like Ángel head our Corporations segment in Travel Channels. We have created a Live Travel Space powered by open technology and passionate people to deliver on our customers ‘needs and aspirations. This segment is one of Travel Channels’ strategic pillars and I am confident Ángel will take the business forward.”