The Advantage Business Travel Symposium

This inaugural Business Travel event will take a deep dive into the areas of TMC value as rated during The Advantage Conference 2016 to help small-to-medium TMC’s develop and implement their vision for the agency of the future through a combination of stage presentation and workshop content.

19 September 2016, Grange St Paul's, London

Registration from 10:30; Conference 11:00 - 17:30 followed by the annual Business Travel BBQ

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Who should attend? 

This event is perfect for TMC leaders and senior to mid-level management from the sales, operations and account management functions.

Confirmed speakers include:

Dean Forbes, CEO, KDS

Andy Wakeford, Head of Fares and Retail Support, ATOC

Keesup Choe, CEO, Pi

Anthony Drury, Director and Head of Business, easyJet
Rob Walker, Head of information and analysis, International S0S & Control Risk
Rosy Burnie, Travel Manager, Luvata

Jason Nash, VP Marketing and Product incubation, Travelport

Moderated by Paul Tilstone, Managing Partner, Festive Road

In addition to stage and workshop content, we will refer throughout the day to the “Reflection Tables” where both SME buyers and industry suppliers will provide reflection and practical insights into potential TMC solutions as they emerge.

Reflection table Buyers include;

         Jenni Joynt, Travel Business Partner, Hilti

         Nikki Rogan, Global Travel Manager, Symantec

         Rod Richardson, Travel Manager, Wellcome

 

The cost to Advantage members for the event including lunch is £25pp.

Places are limited so please confirm your attendance as soon as possible.

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