APT Travel Group has recruited and promoted in a shake-up of its sales team, including the appointment of Scott Ellis to the newly-created role of ATG National Sales Manager.
Ellis has been with the company for 14 years in various roles including VIC/TAS/SA State Manager, and will work closely with State Managers and the on-road Sales Team in his new role to maximise conversions for agents by leveraging the ATG platform of brands.
Jo Ellies, State Manager WA, has expanded her role and is now also responsible for leading the SA/NT region and team, following long term success in WA. Susan Haberle’s role has also been expanded and she is now Head of Sales for Australasia, leading the Australia and New Zealand Sales team, managing trade partnerships and sales strategy.
Jacinta Crisp has been promoted to State Manager VIC/TAS having been with ATG as BDM for the last three years, and Kieran Healy joins the team as the new inside Sales Manager after nine years at Rail Plus as their reservations and operations manager. Healy will be starting alongside the team’s new Sales
Communications Executive, Jordan Fransz who joins from RAC WA.
The Travelmarvel National Sales role responsibilities have been integrated into this new structure and, following this change, Susie Coughlin has decided to move on from the company.
“We thank Susie for her great contribution during her 26 years with ATG and wish her every success in the future,” said Debra Fox, APT Chief Operating Officer.
“The new structure and roles will allow us to continue to evolve and invest in our trade partnerships and agents, bringing together the ATG brands to provide ongoing success for all stakeholders. We are excited to welcome our newcomers and congratulate those moving into new positions.”