Business Travel: Future of Business Travel

The Birmingham Post (England), January 16, 2002 | Go to article overview

Business Travel: Future of Business Travel


More than 50 of the UK's top corporate travel trendsetters are set to share their experiences and expertise at February's Business Travel 2002, when the event's seminar programme gets under way.

Covering everything from a 'beginner's guide' to travel management, to the 'wonders of the web', the speakers will between them present more than 25 seminars during the course of the show, which is being held at London's Olympia from February 5--7.

'In the current economic climate, accurate, expert information isall-important,' said exhibition director, Paul Robin.

'For a large number of our visitors, travel management is only part of a wider job function - sharing experiences and challenges with industry specialists is a vital part of the Business Travel 2002 experience.'

In addition to a succession of hourlong sessions on specific corporate travel topics, there will also be an open forum Question Time, where panellists include British Airways' Tiffany Hall, Toby Joseph of TQ3 Travel Solutions, Le Meridien's Juergen Bartels andKevin Watts of the British Council. Corporates represented in the speakers' hall of fame include the likes of Unilever, Viacom, AstraZeneca, KPMG and Linklaters.

Top travel management company speakers include representatives from BTI UK, Carlson Wagonlit, P&O Business Travel, Reed & Mackay, Hillgate and World Travel Management; from the suppliers' side, seminar participants hail from American, Continental and Delta Air Lines, Millennium & Copthorne, Worldspan and OAG among many others. …

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