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Premier worldwide leader in loyalty solutions and brand hospitality to serve Asia Pacific clients across banking, luxury, technology, automotive, FMCG and hospitality sectors.

Amber Treshnell is the CEO, Americas for John Paul, a digitally-enhanced global concierge service providing brands and companies with customized loyalty solutions across the banking, luxury, automotive, travel, technology, and hospitality industries. John Paul is owned by the AccorHotels Group. Ms. Treshnell oversees 400 employees in four offices across the USA and Canada.

Created by the European Commission to protect the European citizens’ data from abuse by web giants, but also to protect them against massive data leaks as many major players on the Net have been victims in recent years, the new European regulation on the protection of personal data, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) came into effect on 25 May 2018.

From renting an island to dinner on an iceberg, for China’s ultra-rich, John Paul offers access to experiences money alone can’t buy. “The Chinese market is growing fast and the clients are more and more receptive to premium concierge and unique services“, Fong Sit, Managing Director for John Paul China, explained to Jing Daily.

Blockchain, the disruptive technology behind digital currency such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and other cryptocurrencies — and essentially a ‘decentralized’ platform for information and value exchange — has the potential to completely overhaul every aspect of the travel industry. This includes distribution, payments, data security, and data infrastructure across airlines, hotels, car hire, alternative accommodations, and others.