CWT has announced the appointments of Nick Vournakis as chief customer officer and Derek Sharp and chief traveller experience officer.
Under the plans, the company will receive $350 million in fresh funding as it battles to overcome a slowdown in travel caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
CWT has appointed Joel Hanson to the role of senior director of global innovation business development. He will take up the position with immediate effect.
CWT has sought to refinance its operations after a tumultuous 18-months. The company has entered into an agreement with stakeholders representing over 90 per cent of its outstanding debt.
Based in North Carolina, Bill Courtney will report to Michelle McKinney Frymire, chief executive of CWT, and serve as a member of the executive leadership team.
CWT has appointed Courtney Mattson to the role of acting chief financial officer. She will also become a member of the executive leadership team.
Travel management platform CWT has appointed Michelle McKinney Frymire to the role of chief executive. She will take up the position at the start of May.
CWT has introduced web-based flight booking capabilities to its global travel management platform, myCWT. In addition to using a chosen online booking provider, travelling employees can now book flights and hotels through any of the servicing and booking channels offed by CWT.
CWT has appointed Erica Antony to the role of chief product officer. In this newly created role, Antony will provide dedicated leadership and focus to drive CWT’s product strategy and offerings in the market.
Current global customer group lead, Cathy Voss, will be appointed to a new role of senior strategic advisor, as she transitions towards retirement.
The move makes CWT the first global travel management provider to deploy an omni-channel, open API-based platform that has been tailored for the specific needs of the market.