Julian Walker joins Travelport as Head of Corporate Communications

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Travelport has appointed Julian Walker as Head of Corporate Communications. Walker will be based at Travelports offices in Langley, UK. Prior to his appointment, he was a Managing Director with communications agency, Hogarth.

Julian Walker began his career as a Lloyds insurance broker in the City of London in 1982 before moving into communications in 1987. Prior to his appointment at Hogarth in 2007, he co-founded strategic communications consultancy Gainsborough in 2003 and was Managing Director UK at Citigate Dewe Rogerson, having joined Dewe Rogerson in 1997. He is also a former Head of Communications (Europe, Middle East & Africa) at The Chase Manhattan Bank and has worked at Shandwick, Brunswick and Burson-Marsteller.

Walkers role will be to ensure tight integration between Travelports corporate, business unit and regional communications programmes throughout the 160 countries in which the company operates. He will also provide strategic input to Travelports brand identity and positioning, focusing on consistent implementation across all media both off and on-line.

Julian will play a key role within Travelport, acting as our thought leader on all aspects of communications, said Eric Bock, Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel, Travelport. Julian is a widely-networked professional with strong media contacts and a proven track record of managing complex corporate, stakeholder, strategic and other communications efforts. Julians insight, proven ability and extensive network will add significant depth to the companys communications and further enhance the team.

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