Liz Emmott has been appointed as director of worldwide distribution and enterprise options with Trainline Associate Options.
On this newly created position, she might be liable for main the expansion of Distribution and Enterprise Options.
Distribution Options is a distributor of worldwide rail content material, offering easy accessibility to routes, fares and journey occasions from carriers in a number of markets by way of one easy standardised API connection.
Enterprise Options provides workers at companies of all sizes, within the UK and Europe, a simple technique to e-book rail for enterprise journey in and throughout 45 nations.
Emmott began her profession at American Specific the place she progressed by means of business roles in business-to-business funds and enterprise journey (now Amex GBT), main native, multinational and international groups.
In 2016 she joined Amadeus as UK gross sales director earlier than turning into UK basic supervisor and business director for enterprise journey accounts (UK, Eire and Italy).
Champa Magesh, president, Trainline Associate Options, commented: “I’m thrilled to have Liz becoming a member of our group as we offer our enterprise journey companions with much more methods to get rail on the coronary heart of extra journeys, in flip driving modal shift away from air and automotive journey.
“Our intention by means of Distribution and Enterprise Options is to make the complicated world of ticket retailing easier, so extra corporations and their workers select a greener technique to journey.”
Trainline Associate Options is the business-to-business arm of the corporate and a distributor of worldwide rail content material.
Emmott added: “It’s very thrilling to hitch Trainline on its journey to grow to be the world’s primary rail platform.
“With companies and travellers turning into more and more acutely aware of the affect of their journey on the surroundings, Trainline Associate Options has the deep rail tech experience to make sustainable decisions simpler and extra inexpensive to implement.”