Technology

Aleta Hunt joins Livn as head of partnerships

Travel tech player Livn has announced the appointment of Aleta Hunt as its head of partnerships.

Hunt will be responsible for identifying and building partnership opportunities, along with driving strategic initiatives to support Livn’s growth plan, particularly while travel demand recovers – first with domestic, local and inter-regional content.

Hunt brings plenty of experience on business alliances and travel industry knowledge to Livn, having been involved in Airbnb’s launch and expansion efforts in Australia and New Zealand.

She also previously managed API partnerships at Jayride, working with clients such as Expedia, SkyScanner and Rome2rio.

Livn CEO Mark Rizzuto said: “Partnerships are the true economic engine for Livn and businesses all over the world. Aleta is a dynamic executive who brings a wealth of travel technology distribution knowledge for our company.

Commenting on her appointment, Hunt said: “I’m thrilled to be part of Livn, bringing new partnerships to the company and putting my many years of experience in travel to good use.

“I’m confident that we have the right solution for our travel industry partners and look forward to assisting Livn to expand its distribution partners worldwide.”

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