Advantage Travel Partnership business development director Colin O’Neill is to leave in the new year after 16 years at the consortium.
A statement from Advantage confirmed O’Neill will leave at the end of February, but did not give a reason for the decision or details of his future plans.
Julia Lo Bue-Said, managing director, said: “In the years that Colin has been with the business we have seen Advantage develop into the business it is today, with Colin being an integral part of the company’s evolution.
“Following the recent changes to my leadership team with Paul Nunn now director of operations, Nick Moser as finance director and latterly Paula Lacey as group commercial director, I will be recruiting a replacement for Colin, however in a slightly different role.”
She added: “I have always committed to investing in the right people and finding talent with the skills to take the business forward on your behalf.”
O’Neill said: “The Advantage central team, the members and business partners have been a key part of my business life for the last 16 years and the decision to leave is not one that I have taken lightly.
“I will always look back with the greatest fondness on my time within a great organisation surrounded by exceptional people.”
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