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Travolution welcomes new international partnerships manager to the team

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Travolution welcomes new international partnerships manager to the team

Travolution parent Jacob Media Group has appointed a new international partnerships manager to support the next phase in the brand’s growth.

The first UK media brand dedicated to the digital travel sector, Travolution was established by leading travel trade publisher Travel Weekly in 2007.

Scott Pascal-Murray has joined the group from business information and event firm Centaur which runs the annual Business Travel Show and Travel Technology Europe trade shows.

Pascal-Murray brings eight years’ experience in media, exhibitions and outdoor events market including launching a cloud and Internet Of Things security exhibition.

His interest in technology and events led him to accept the role of sales manager at TTE last year.

“TTE opened up so many doors and allowed me to meet so many passionate and creative minds that focus on making our Industry better everyday.

“I am honored to have been appointed international partnerships manager for the pioneering trade title Travolution.com.

“I look forward to providing a diverse array of routes to market to help travel and hospitality technology providers connect with buyers from all round the world with tailored digital, print and face-to-face opportunities.

“Travolution has been helping suppliers meet with, engage and inspire our exciting and innovative travel Industry for more than a decade and I’m very proud and excited to be part of the next stage in the evolution of travel.”

Duncan Horton, Jacobs Media Group chief executive, said: “We’re delighted to welcome someone with Scott’s background in travel and technology to the team.

“Having a dedicated partnerships manager underlines our determination to build on Travolution’s achievements in its first decade and build on them for the future.”

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