Griffin Hires New GM in Norway

Posted by Michelle Howard
Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Wenche Eeg

Griffin Global Group, a marine and offshore travel specialist, announced the appointment of Wenche Eeg as General Manager based in Bergen.

Wenche has more than 30 years of experience in the travel industry most recently with Cruise Norway AS where she held the position for seven years. Prior to which Wenche held a number of senior management positions in both sales and operations with American Express. Wenche is well respected in the travel and tourism industry.

"We are delighted to welcome Wenche to the Griffin team. Her appointment reflects our commitment to the marine and energy market in Norway and in line with our global strategy for all key markets. This follows the decision made last year to end our previous partnership in favor of establishing our own wholly owned subsidiary with offices now in Oslo and Bergen" said Sally Spencer, Griffin's CEO for NEMEA

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