Advantage Travel Partnership has announced a restructure of its senior team.

Group commercial director Paula Lacey has been made group commercial and membership director, assuming responsibility for all commercial services as well as marketing.

Paul Nunn has been promoted to operations director in a new board position, with accountability for operations and IT.

Neil Armorgie will continue as the chief executive of global travel organisation Worldwide Independent Travel Network (Win), but will now also be global product director for Advantage.

Advantage increased its quarter share in Win – which represents travel management companies across 70 countries – to 95% in March.

Business development and sales for business travel members, hotel contracting and supplier relations along with conference and events will be led by Armorgie. He will also join the Advantage board.

Managing director Julia Lo-Bue Said said Win’s current MICE and corporate hotel services in the UK would be rebranded under Advantage, while international product would continue under the Win brand.

“These changes will remove the silos between our corporate and leisure departments and bring the two sides of the consortium’s business together and show the investment we’re making for all our members,” Lo-Bue Said said.

She said Nunn’s appointment to the board reflected Advantage’s commitment to investing in technology for members.

The consortium is also creating a new role in its conference and events department.