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Travelport rebrands and reveals new identity

Posted 24 February 2021 · Add Comment

Worldwide travel retail platform Travelport, which operates in the Middle East, has launched a new visual identity, which has been created as part of the companyís first ever end-to-end rebrand.

“Travelport has transformed”, said Greg Webb, chief executive officer. “We are now fully focused on what we do best – connecting buyers and sellers that share our passion for delivering exceptional travel experiences. We are also embracing our strengths – our agility, our independence and our ability to make the bold long-term decisions needed to simplify travel’s complex ecosystem. Our new brand reflects all this – who we’ve become, through our investments in the right people, products and technology and our vision for the future, as we get ready for a year of significant advances for Travelport. We’re proud to show it to the world today and are looking forward to following it up very soon with the launch our next-generation platform, which will change the game in travel retailing.”

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