STNME

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STNMESabre Travel Network Middle East
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"Aditya has extensive sales and customer management experience across multiple regions which makes him a great addition to our leadership team," said STNME vice president Abdul-Razzaq Iyer.
STNME's vice president, Abdul-Razzaq Iyer said: "Aditya has extensive sales and customer management experience across multiple regions which makes him a great addition to our leadership team."
I am thrilled to join one of the fastest growing regions for Sabre and to lead the talented, ambitious STNME team."
STNME also recently opened offices in Iraq and Palestine, and expanded its presence in Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, where its focus on training and customer service has helped the company grow its customer base.
The Bahrain Travel Industry: Partnership in Synergy panel had speakers from STNME, Gulf Air, Sabre, key travel agencies in Bahrain, Bahrain Economic Development Board and Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority.
"Sumit has a successful track record, along with hands-on business experience within the technology sector, making him an excellent partner for our leadership team," said Raymond Vrijenhoek, vice president, STNME. "As we continue our mission to reimagine the business of travel, Sumit's role will be essential in supporting our strategy and financial operations as we continue to drive the business forward."
"Our anniversary with Gulf Air, one of our major airline partners in the region, is a tremendous milestone that reaffirms our commitment to the industry and our valued customers," says Daniel Naoumovitch, CEO, STNME. "Over the past decade, we've made significant investments in innovative products and solutions that empower the travel industry to grow and better serve travellers.
"Our anniversary with Gulf Air, one of our major airline partners in the region, is a tremendous milestone that reaffirms our commitment to the industry and our valued customers," said Daniel Naoumovitch, CEO, STNME. "Over the past decade, we've made significant investments in innovative products and solutions that empower the travel industry to grow and better serve travelers.
Mr Naoumovitch, who leads Bahrain-based STNME that distributes Sabre's products and services to travel agencies across 13 countries in the region, said World Travel Service's appetite for innovation was the driving force behind its growth and expansion in Bahrain, and that Sabre was "proud to support their success through our technology solutions".
With more than 20 years' experience working for global technology companies in the Middle East, Khalaf's primary role will be leading the Sabre Travel Network Middle East (STNME) team in Qatar to maintain and support the growth of its customers within an evolving and expanding market.
Sabre Travel Network Middle East (STNME) is expanding in Lebanon with new offices in Beirut to support the company's growth in recent years.