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Cugasi Returns To Paradies Lagardère as VP of Marketing

Cugasi Returns To Paradies Lagardère as VP of Marketing

John Cugasi, who previously served as senior vice president of planning and development for Paradies Lagardère from 2011 to 2016, will report to Gerry Savaria, executive vice president and chief development officer. He will oversee the company’s overall brand building with airport partners, including communication and marketing as well as…

Paradies Lagardère Expands Grab Partnership

Paradies Lagardère Expands Grab Partnership

Paradies Lagardère this week announced an extended partnership with Grab, the airport e-commerce platform, that will add to the ability for travelers to order food in advance using their own mobile devices, with new tools and virtual kiosks allowing guests to order and pay for their meals quickly and conveniently…

ARRA Predicts Massive Concessionaire Losses; Urges Smart Reopening

ARRA Predicts Massive Concessionaire Losses; Urges Smart Reopening

…we will no longer be able to continue operations,” said Weddig, who is also senior vice president at Paradies Lagardère. “After traffic recovers, operators who have survived will require many years of normal profitability to recoup and retire debt accumulated during the pandemic, he said, and he urged airports to…

ACDBE Program Under Threat, ARRA Says

ACDBE Program Under Threat, ARRA Says

The Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program is under threat as these small business operators struggle to survive the pandemic and resulting sharp downturn in passenger traffic, according to the Airport Restaurant & Retail Association (ARRA). In the ARRA industry call Wednesday, Andrew Weddig, senior vice president at Paradies Lagardère

Paradies Lagardère Launches “MORE” for Airports

Paradies Lagardère Launches “MORE” for Airports

…that traffic is starting to slowly return to our airports and are 100% committed and ready to ensure our customer’s and associate’s experience is safe, happy, and first class,” Gregg Paradies, president and CEO of Paradies Lagardère, said in a statement announcing MORE. “We must all work together to weather…