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CWT Appoints Vice President, Global Supplier Management for Asia Pacific

April 29, 2016 Appointments No Comments Print Print Email Email

Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) today announced that Wai Mun Wong has been appointed Vice President, Global Supplier Management, Asia Pacific, effective immediately.


Since May 2015, she has been Interim Head of Global Supplier Management, Asia Pacific at CWT.

Reporting to Scott Brennan, Executive Vice President and Head, Global Supplier Management, Wong is a member of CWT’s Asia Pacific regional leadership team and the Global Supplier Management (GSM) leadership team. She is based in Singapore.

She has been a key member of CWT’s GSM team since 2012 and has over 22 years of experience in the travel industry.

In 2015, Wong successfully led the GSM team across all Asia markets to achieve strong results. In her new role, she will continue to be responsible for developing partnerships with suppliers and supervising airline, hotel, car rental and global distribution system agreements on a regional level in Asia Pacific.

Commenting on the announcement, Scott Brennan said, “As a key member of the GSM team, Wai Mun has played a pivotal role in building strong relationships with CWT’s suppliers and industry partners in Asia Pacific. Her leadership skills and deep knowledge of the industry and the region will help take the business from strength to strength in Asia Pacific.”

Wong said, “As a leading global travel management company, CWT works closely with many of the best air, hotel and ground transportation suppliers in the world. I look forward to further strengthening relationships with our suppliers in this region, and continuing to explore opportunities to collaborate with new industry partners.”

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