As president of Expedia for Business, Ariane Gorin is responsible for Expedia Group’s global B2B business covering an ecosystem of travel suppliers, organizations that advertise on the Expedia Group platform, and partners that are powered by Expedia Group technology. From hotels and vacation rentals to airlines, financial institutions, travel agents and more – this fast-growing division helps partners connect with new travelers, deliver valuable services, and drive performance. Gorin also oversaw Egencia, the leading digital travel management platform, before its sale to American Express Global Business Travel in 2021.
Previously, Gorin was President of Expedia Business Services, which was comprised of Expedia Partner Solutions and Egencia. Gorin joined Expedia Group in 2013 as Vice President of Market Management for EMEA and rapidly expanded the hotel network in the region. Prior to joining Expedia Group, Gorin spent 10 years at Microsoft in various sales, distribution and marketing roles. Before joining Microsoft, she was a consultant with the Boston Consulting Group, both in San Francisco and in Paris.
Gorin received an MBA from Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University and a BA in economics from the University of California at Berkeley. She currently serves on the board of directors at Adecco Group, and is on the advisory council of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London.