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Auckland, New Zealand. 09 December 2014 – Serko Ltd (SKO.NZ) CEO Darrin Grafton has today been named as one of the 25 most influential executives in the business travel industry in 2014 by American-based Business Travel News (BTN).
In acknowledgement of Kiwi innovation, Serko’s win marks the first time that anyone from Australasia has been recognised in the 31 years the awards have been running. The award places Grafton among a high calibre of previous winners including Chairman and CEO of Concur, Steve Singh, and Tom Horton, CEO of American Airlines.
Accepting the award in a ceremony in New York today, Grafton said “I’m extremely honoured and humbled to be the first New Zealander to be recognised amongst an incredible array of winners.”
“New Zealand is punching well above its weight in the technology space; boasting some great companies like Xero, Vend and Serko, who are all taking on transformation of critical business processes on the global stage. It is really exciting to be part of that right now.”
Natasha Gillooly, Porter Novelli for Serko,
+ 64 21 915 297
On Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/company/serko-ltd
On Twitter: https://twitter.com/SerkoOnline
Serko is Australasia’s leading online travel booking and expense management company for businesses and is listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange Main Board (SKO.NZ). With its HQ in Auckland New Zealand, and with offices in Sydney Australia, Xi’an City China and Gurgaon, India, Serko employs more than 110 people worldwide.
Serko Online is an integrated Online Booking Tool used by administrators and travellers to book flights, accommodation and car hire from the broadest possible set of travel providers. The OBT ensures that travel bookings comply with corporate travel management policy without limiting the users choice of travel provider.
Visit www.serko.com for more information
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