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Executive Management

Greg Webb

Chief Executive Officer
With over 25 years of experience in the travel industry, Greg is well known as a thought leader with a proven track record of building and running high performing businesses.


Leadership team

What’s your favourite travel destination in the world?

Beach or mountains?
Beach. A great day is relaxing on a beach soaking up the sun with a cold beverage in hand.

Sunrise coffee or sunset cocktail?
Sunset cocktail but I do need a sunrise Diet Coke to start the day.

Fancy restaurant meal or homecooked comfort food?
A restaurant that serves comfort food. At home, it’s firing up the grill. 

Early adopter or gadget-challenged?
Without a doubt an early adopter. I enjoy checking out the newest gadgets to make life easier.

If I wasn’t part of Travelport’s SLT, I’d be…
Running a jet ski rental company on an island somewhere!!

Greg Webb joined Travelport as Chief Executive Officer in August 2019, from Oracle, where he served as senior vice president and general manager of the Hospitality Global Business Unit, a leading travel technology solutions provider. He had worldwide responsibility for the organization, spanning all business functions including sales, strategy, enablement, product development and consulting.

Prior to Oracle, Greg was Vice Chairman at Sabre. During his 20-year tenure there, he served in various executive positions across product development, sales, and marketing, ultimately leading their largest business unit, Sabre Travel Network. Greg also worked as the Chief Information Officer at BellSouth.

Greg served as a member of the U.S. Department of Commerce Travel & Tourism Advisory Board, and was also a member of the Board of Directors of Zyston, a security advisory firm, from formation through a successful private equity acquisition.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in advertising from Southern Methodist University in Dallas and an MBA with an emphasis in marketing from Louisiana Tech University.

A great day is relaxing on a beach soaking up the sun with a cold beverage in hand.
Greg Webb
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