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Farewell: Stuba Announces Departure Of Mark Luckey

Accommodation specialist, Stuba, has announced the departure of Chief Information Officer and Pacific MD, Mark Luckey from 31st March.

Accommodation specialist, Stuba, has announced the departure of Chief Information Officer and Pacific MD, Mark Luckey from 31st March.

Stuba has announced the departure of Mark Luckey, Chief Information Officer and Pacific MD at the end of this month.

Luckey has been the face of Stuba in Australia and New Zealand for over 13 years.

He was involved in the launch of RoomsXML in Australia back in 2007 and has been an integral part of the overall business ever since.

In 2018, Mark took the role of Chief Information Officer of Stuba following the merger with Getabed.

Mark has become known on the circuit for his wacky suits and no-nonsense
approach. But he also has a passion for wellbeing and karate and this has taken him to new opportunities that he is pursuing outside of the travel industry.

Mark Luckey

Ruchir Bang, CEO of Stuba said “It is with great sadness that we announce Mark’s departure. Not only has he been an integral part of my working life, but he has also been a big part of my personal life too, having been to each other’s weddings, been on holiday together and our families have got to know each other.”

“We cannot thank Mark enough for his tremendous impact on Stuba over the years.”

Ruchir Bang, CEO of Stuba

Mark Luckey said “It has been an awesome time with Stuba and they will always hold a special place in my heart.”

“It has been a very difficult decision to make, but the time has come for me to step out of my comfort zone and take a step closer to realising my dream in health and fitness.”

Mark Luckey

Anuj Bang will assume the role of Chief Information Officer from 1st April. Paul Groundwater continues in his role as Head of Sales for Stuba Pacific.

Bang goes on to say “Stuba celebrates its 30th anniversary of trading throughout 2021.”

“We remain absolutely committed to travel agents in Australia and New Zealand, so will continue to offer all support we can with domestic and international accommodation bookings when borders reopen.”