ATPI Unveils Strengthened Sales Team

February 22, 2022

Global travel management company, ATPI, has enhanced and expanded its UK-based sales team to best support clients in challenging times as the organisation primes for recovery and continued growth.

After being promoted to group commercial director in November last year, Katie Skitterall has kicked off 2022 with a wave of new hires and internal promotions to bolster the ATPI Group’s sales team.

Returning to the business are Julian Mills and Nikki Regan. Mills has been appointed to support on multinational sales efforts and strategic opportunities with the new role of Director of Corporate Sales, while Regan re-joins after two years working at American Express Global Business Travel to lead the commercial strategy in the UK taking on the position of Head of Group Commercial Strategy.

James Draper has been promoted to UK sales director after previously holding the role of head of sales – corporate, media & sports for three years, building on successful sales performance and ensuring the business is primed to continue to deal with increased sales volumes.

In addition, subject matter experts have been added in the fields of Commercial Support, Inside Sales, Global Implementation and Digital Services.

Adam Knights, regional managing director for Europe and the Middle East comments:

“ATPI has ambitious growth targets for the coming years and we strongly believe that by growing our exceptional commercial team globally, as quickly as possible post-pandemic, will support our goals. We are starting 2022 by ensuring that our team is primed for recovery.”

Operating from more than 100 offices worldwide, the ATPI Group has successful operations in corporate travel, corporate event management, online travel technology and travel management for a number of specialist key industries and groups. In late 2021, ATPI launched its sustainability division ATPI Halo – a carbon reduction, measurement and offset consultancy.

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