Arnaldo Muñoz

SVP and member of the Executive Committee @SELINA

Arnaldo combines experience in the management of "on-off" companies (P&G, Coty, Grupo

Puig, Nike and Telefónica), with that of digital native companies (easyJet, lastminute,

Vistaprint, BudgetPlaces, airbnb and Selina). He is also a founding partner of ISDI, and advisor to several start-ups in Spain and Israel.

In the digital world, Arnaldo has led processes of disruption and hyper-growth in

various companies including,

  • easyJet: x4
  • airbnb: x6
  • ISDI: from 0 to 17k students
  • Selina: from 0 to 35k beds

Arnaldo is currently SVP in Selina where he leads its landing in other categories. Arnaldo has a degree in Economics from the University of Barcelona, and also has an MBA from the University of Houston. In addition to Spanish, he speaks Catalan, English, and French.

6:20-7:00PM SGT, Panel

APAC

Travel and Hospitality Innovation by Loughborough University School of Business and Economics and Plaza Premium Group

What travel businesses do now is critical as consumers are in a heightened state of alert and stress, watching carefully their interactions with businesses and who really has “got their backs”. Preserving relationships will be the key to survival. The panel explores quarantine policy, supply chain challenges and what’s next for the Travel & Hospitality industry.

6:20-7:00AM EST, Panel

USA/LATAM

Travel and Hospitality Innovation by Loughborough University School of Business and Economics and Plaza Premium Group

What travel businesses do now is critical as consumers are in a heightened state of alert and stress, watching carefully their interactions with businesses and who really has “got their backs”. Preserving relationships will be the key to survival. The panel explores quarantine policy, supply chain challenges and what’s next for the Travel & Hospitality industry.

12:20-1:00PM CEST, Panel

EMEA

Travel and Hospitality Innovation by Loughborough University School of Business and Economics and Plaza Premium Group

What travel businesses do now is critical as consumers are in a heightened state of alert and stress, watching carefully their interactions with businesses and who really has “got their backs”. Preserving relationships will be the key to survival. The panel explores quarantine policy, supply chain challenges and what’s next for the Travel & Hospitality industry.