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Caroline Strachan leaves AstraZeneca

She will join American Express as VP, global business consulting for EMEA

Caroline Strachan American ExpressCaroline Strachan has left her business travel role at pharma company AstraZeneca (AZ) to join American Express.

Strachan spent five years at AZ as global commercial leader for business travel management.

During her time at AZ the company's travel service team was awarded the Best Travel Team category in the 2013 Business Travel Awards.

She will now take her expertise to credit card company American Express to serve as VP, global business consulting for EMEA in its Global Business Travel division.

Strachan has worked across many industries, with her past experience including roles at Yahoo and Cisco.

Patricia Partelow, VP and head of global business consulting, American Express Global Business Travel, said: “Caroline is highly regarded in the travel industry and she has been recognised for her visionary thinking.”

6th May 2014

From: Sales

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