Bhart Sarin resigned from his post as president of the Global Business Travel Association. His announcement came a few weeks before the association's members start voting on bylaw changes and a few months before they vote to fill at least six and as many as eight vacancies on the board of directors.
"Today, I exit stage from GBTA and the corporate travel industry to focus on exciting new adventures," Sarin wrote in a Thursday LinkedIn post. "We navigated the pandemic. Strengthened the balance sheet. Unified with ACTE. Built solid future governance. This experience was like riding . . .