Travel Leaders Names New Head of Four UK Brands

Travel Leaders Group has announced that Jason Oshiokpekhai has been appointed managing director of Protravel International U.K., Tzell Travel Group U.K., Colletts Travel and Scotia Travel. Based in London, Oshiokpekhai will oversee daily operations for the brands, which serve luxury leisure, corporate and entertainment clients in the United Kingdom. The four brands are part of U.S.-based Travel Leaders Group.

Prior to his appointment, Oshiokpekhai worked as director of sales and account management for Travel Leaders Luxury Brands where he built the first-ever sales and account management team overseeing three of Travel Leaders’ Luxury Brands and helped to streamline sales operations. Oshiokpekhai has been instrumental in building corporate travel business for the U.K. market, Travel Leaders said.

In a written statement Travel Leaders Group CEO Ninan Chacko said that the organization plans to ramp up the growth of its UK operations in the coming year, and that it will be looking to recruit new independent contractors.


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Prior to joining Travel Leaders Group in 2016, Oshiokpekhai worked in the corporate sales divisions of Delta Air Lines and American Airlines.

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