TAG announces new product and business development manager

The Appointment Group (TAG) has welcomed John Spencer as the product and business development manager for TAG global private clients UK.

John Spencer
John Spencer

Based in the Manchester office, he will further develop the company’s luxury leisure travel operations and offering. Spencer brings a wealth of travel industry experience, having worked previously in product, sales and business development roles for various other luxury travel operators in the UK.

Commenting on his new role, Spencer said: "I'm absolutely delighted to join The Appointment Group’s global private clients division as product and business development manager. It's a hugely exciting time to come on board with this award-winning global luxury travel company, and I'm very much looking forward to working with the wonderful TAG team and growing our business and offering to our fantastic client base."

Shelley Brady, managing director global private clients London, added: "We are very excited to welcome John to our team. I am convinced that his experience, fresh approach and enthusiasm will add another layer of success to our services. As product and business development manager, I’m confident that John will play a key role in providing and implementing new and high quality solutions for our private clients in the UK."

 

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