Corporate Travel Management Europe hires director of client services

David Di Feliciantonio moves from Flight Centre to a new role with CTM Europe managing business growth and development.

David Di Feliciantonio 

Corporate Travel Management (CTM) Europe has appointed David Di Feliciantonio as director of client services.

Reporting to the VP of sales and client services Shelley Mathews, he will oversee project managers, online implementation managers and online support teams, while managing business growth and development.   

Mathews said: "David will be tasked with further enhancing CTM’s implementation processes and supporting the development and growth of the company’s proprietary products."

Di Feliciantonio joins global travel management company from Flight Centre where he was leader of implementations. He brings six years of corporate travel experience with him.

"I have a lot of respect for CTM and I’m looking forward to working with our business managers," added Di Feliciantonio. "We'll audit existing clients to hunt out even the tiniest areas for improvement and work with the sales teams to assist in the bidding process to bring even more new clients on board."

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