Managers axed in JTG shake-up

Managers axed in JTG shake-up
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Jetset Travelworld Australian wholesale general manager Rohan Moss and marketing manager Jason Williams are leaving the business following another restructure.

Moss will depart when JTG’s wholesale operation relocates from King Street in Melbourne to Camberwell “over the coming months”, with Williams also a victim of the shake-up.
Both have been long serving members of the business.
JTG’s wholesale general manager Michael Londregan, who took over after Simon Bernardi’s sudden departure in January, said the move is a further “consolidation of its Australian wholesale structure”.
With immediate effect the product and marketing team will report to Kate Shilling, head of marketing for JTG wholesale while reservations and support teams will report to general manager operations Shane Collins.
Both businesses will move to Camberwell.
Londregan said: “This is an important business decision and the timing is right. This will ensure we move forward with a simple structure that allows us to dedicate 100% of our energy on delivering on our promise to be Australia’s leading travel wholesaler.”
JTG said in a statement that it “continues to evaluate synergies and integration opportunities”.
Moss will stay with the company until the relocation “to ensure a smooth transition for the AW team”.
Londregan paid tribute to Moss and Williams for their “tremendous contributions” over “extensive tenures”.

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