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How Can Your Service Succeed In The Millennial Travel Market?

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. --- Jorge Gomez, a manager of corporate travel for Miami-based snack giant Mondelēz International, will appear on a LCT Leadership Summit panel May 23 to give insights on best business travel practices related to Millennials, including how procurement managers evaluate ground transportation services and adapt policies and compliance to accommodate this generation.  

Gomez will join business travel consultant Mark Williams and Limo Alliance chief strategy officer Lenore D'Anzieri for a Business Travel Roundtable: How To Monetize the Millennial Business Travel Sector, Monday, May 23, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the SLS South Beach Hotel.

Gomez runs the Corporate Travel Program in the Americas for Mondelēz International. He oversees strategy and policy compliance for travel and meetings, travel operations, process improvement, and value generation. Mondelēz (NASDAQ: MDLZ) is one of the world’s largest snacks companies, with 2015 net revenues of about $30 billion.

Gomez has more than 25 years of experience in the sourcing & supply management field in the manufacturing and service sectors, with responsibility over travel during the last 16 years. Before joining Mondelēz, he was the director over global procurement for indirect spend at Brink’s Inc., and has held roles with organizations such as FedEx, BCD Travel and Eaton Corporation. 

Panelists will explain how the right infrastructure can create internal brand affinity among Millennial business travelers, and lead to a successful travel program for chauffeured operations over  the next 10 years and beyond.

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