Greyber takes charge at Egencia
Egencia, the online corporate travel arm of Expedia, has appointed Rob Greyber as its new president.
He takes over from Jean-Pierre Remy who is leaving the agency to take over as ceo of European company.
Mr Greyber is currently senior vp for Egencia North America.
His role will be taken up by Pamela Keenan Fritz.
Mr Greyber joined Expedia as vp partner services group in 2004 with responsibility for the agency's relationship with airlines in North America.
He previously worked fro a software company in San Francisco and for Scient Corporation, Deutsche Bank and Electronic Data Systems Corporation.
Mr Remy founded Egencia, in 2000 and continued to work for it after it was bought by Expedia in 2004.
Under hi s leadership, Expedia said Egencia, a Paris-based organisation, grew to be the fifth largest travel management company in the world with offices in 14 countries.
Ms Keenan Fritz has held a number of leadership roles within Egencia over the last three years.
Most recently, she led the company's Asia Pacific business, developing new product and service offerings for Egencia China, Australia and India.