Intrepid’s head of industry sales Andrew Turner is to leave the business.
Turner has been at Intrepid for eight years in various roles including business development manager and adventure sales specialist.
Robyn Nixon, Intrepid Travel’s interim managing director for EMEA, said: “Andrew has been a valued part of the Intrepid Team for the past eight years.
“While we are sad to see Andrew leave, Intrepid has always believed in supporting the personal growth and development of our people and this is a great career opportunity for him.
“We want to thank him for his contribution to the business and wish him great success.”
In December Intrepid announced managing director Michael Edwards was leaving the business and EMEA boss Aaron Hocking would be redeployed as part of a shake up of the business.
The operator scrapped its ‘northern hemisphere super region’ which merged the US and EMEA regions, reverting to a two-region model.
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