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  • Business Travel Show
    February Visit Europe s largest specialised exhibition and conference for buyers and managers of business travel Over 250 Suppliers Evaluate thousands of products and services covering air accommodation travel management to traveller services technology and duty of care View list More than 175 experts Independently produced and supported by 175 expert speakers the 50 free conference sessions facilitate peer to peer learning and debate More Launchpad Source the latest in industry innovation and vote for your favourite start up in Launchpad for them to win a Business Travel Disrupt Award Vote here Register Exhibitor List Exhibiting Visiting Hosted Buyer Programme The hosted buyer programme attracts hundreds of national EMEA and global travel managers and procurement purchasing and sourcing category specialists each year The programme s initiatives deliver unrivalled sourcing learning and networking opportunities for European corporate travel buyers More Conference Our comprehensive conference programme features more than 50 thought provoking sessions catering for all levels and knowledge requirements from the fundamentals of travel buying to the in depth Masterclasses Stimulate your imagination at the conference created by buyers for buyers More Source Innovation An exciting new Launchpad Zone for business travel start ups will feature this year plus to meet

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    Speakers Andreas Wellauer CEO Galiant Consulting Aurélie Krau Founder TravelThink Andy Hoskins Editor The Business Travel Magazine Glenville Morris Head of Consulting Mobile Travel Technologies Panelist Nina Ruokonen Global Business Travel leader Finland Back to session Nina Ruokonen Global Business Travel leader Finland Nina Ruokonen has just finalized the global travel integration between two companies Microsoft Mobile Ltd and Microsoft Corporation and total of 125 000 employees as a result of Microsoft s acquisition of Nokia Devices and Services business in April 2014 Alongside with the global travel integration responsibility Nina managed Microsoft Mobile Ltd s global Travel Management Sourcing for 50 countries and 25 000 employees Before joining Microsoft Nina spent 16 years in Nokia Corporation where she was leading the global Travel Management Sourcing acting in different indirect sourcing positions as well as working as corporate legal counsel for sourcing and employment for 9 years both in Finland and in the UK Nina is now ready for the next exciting opportunity in the travel industry after leaving Microsoft Nina is also member of the board in Finnish Business Travel Association FBTA and has the passion for developing of and influencing the travel industry especially from a mobile perspective Her education is LLM Master of Laws Back to session Andreas Wellauer CEO Galiant Consulting Andreas J G Wellauer is originally from Switzerland and has lived and worked in the US Europe Asia and Australia His professional experience includes working for organizations like the United Nation in New York the Asian Development Bank in Manila UBS in Hong Kong or Woolworths in Australia He is the founder and CEO of GALIANT Consulting a German based travel management consulting company providing its clients with industry solutions by combining modern procurement and traditional travel management principles Back to session Aurélie Krau Founder TravelThink Aurélie Krau is passionate about the web marketing and new technologies and above all about the travel industry Delighted to share her passion she has been a blogger for 4 years Driven by her special interest in challenges associated with technological innovations and the evolution of trends her career path has enabled her to develop an expert eye on the Travel Industry both oriented Leisure Business Travel She founded TravelThink in 2013 and is committed to helping key players of the Travel Industry to crack the code of an evolving and even more digitized environment She also supports travel companies with their content marketing approach by elaborating expert content such as white papers blog posts articles or use cases Back to session Andy Hoskins Editor The Business Travel Magazine Andy Hoskins is Editor of The Business Travel Magazine having progressed through the ranks since its launch He has over ten years experience in travel journalism and is a previous winner of the Travel Trade Journalist of the Year award Back to session Glenville Morris Head of Consulting Mobile Travel Technologies Glenville has ten years experience as an e commerce professional in the travel entertainment and retail sectors Prior to joining MTT worked at easyJet for three years as the product owner for easyJet mobile Travel Management Extra 10 30 11 30 Leadership and the Power of Pause in the travel Industry a session for all generations Leadership and the Power of Pause in the travel Industry a session for all generations Location Main Stage There are currently five age generations working in the travel industry today on both the buyer and supplier side In this session we will discuss the criticality of both becoming and continuing to be relevant in an ever changing dynamic industry and the Power of Pause on a regular basis to take stock of your career path Whether you are newer to travel or an experienced leader who rarely learns from panels this discussion will have an impact for all You will hear about new and creative mentoring programs being cultivated by WINiT WomenInTravel and the importance of structured networking and Power of Pause to cultivate your personal development and your career regardless of where you are in your journey Speakers Patricia Gardiner Head of Global Marketing Tristar Worldwide Dawn Repoli Director of Program Management WiNiT WomenInTravel Ron DiLeo Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer Altour International Elyes Mrad Managing Director EMEA American Express Global Business Travel Moderators Michelle Mick Lee Founder WINiT WomenInTravel Back to session Michelle Mick Lee Founder WINiT WomenInTravel Ranked as one of the 25 Most Influential Executives of the Business Travel Industry in 2011 and 2014 and Travel Manager of the Year in 2001 by Business Travel News Mick has extensive experience in the travel meetings and events industries In the last 18 years Mick held positions managing operational and expense management CAO functions with various financial services companies in New York and London with T E of 600 900 million In January 2014 she founded WINiT a nonprofit organization of women and men serving as a catalyst to drive change provide support and educate the public about the benefits of career development visibility and promotion of women in the travel meetings and events industries Mick serves on several boards and is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative CGI Back to session Patricia Gardiner Head of Global Marketing Tristar Worldwide Patricia Gardiner is the Head of Global Marketing for Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services where since 2012 she s directed global strategy from the company s London headquarters During the relatively short time that Patricia has been with the company she has launched a global brand refresh a bespoke mobile app in the UK a new online booking tool and breathed new life into their social media marketing Following the global brand refresh in 2013 Patricia secured two marketing awards and helped Tristar Worldwide win a number of awards including QSi Large Chauffeur Operator RoSPA Technology Trophy RoSPA Management of Road Risk and a European Business Award for Environmental Corporate Sustainability Patricia is a passionate and creative marketer with more than 14 years B2B marketing and management experience across a broad range of industries Prior to joining Tristar Worldwide she was Marketing Operations Director for a marketing agency consulting for a number of clients across the travel legal financial technology and not for profit industries Having worked both in house and for marketing agencies she has great insight into how B2B marketing techniques tools and mediums can be best used to deliver a return on investment In addition to Patricia s position at Tristar Worldwide she is a founding member of Women in Travel WINiT Established in 2014 WINiT is a not for profit organisation that is committed to furthering women s careers in the travel meetings and events industries As co ordinator on the conference and event planning committee Patricia helped organise and deliver the successful US launch of WINiT at GBTA in 2014 and has spearheaded the launch of WINiT in the UK By the end of 2014 WINiT had already attracted 1 500 male and female members worldwide Patricia received a 2 1 honours degree in Marketing in 2001 from the University of Hertfordshire and in 2002 gained her Master s degree in Marketing Back to session Dawn Repoli Director of Program Management WiNiT WomenInTravel Dawn Repoli is the Director of Program Management and Mentor Program Facilitator for WINiT and is responsible for the coordination and facilitation of the 9 committees and over 120 volunteers in the WINiT organization She manages vendor and donor relationships as well as all financials and the WINiT 501 c 3 non profit documentation with the U S IRS Dawn facilitates one of WINiT s crucial platforms the Mentor Program and she works in partnership with the Mentor and Coaching Committee and Fund Development committee Dawn is a certified grant writer and an experienced fund raising event coordinator and has extensive experience working with 501c 3 non profit start up organizations As a former small business owner her experience ranges from preparing business plans and securing financing to the implementation of expansion strategies She has procured federal state and local licenses and permits and has collaborated with several committees and executive boards modifying by law structure and computer program development Dawn is a former special needs educator and is a university accredited Microsoft Office Specialist Back to session Ron DiLeo Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer Altour International Ron is a 35 year travel industry veteran during which he has had various local regional and multinational leadership roles He is currently executive vice president and chief commercial officer of Altour International the largest independently owned travel management company in the world with offices and a global network designed to suite the B2B needs of any corporation Prior to his current endeavors Ron was senior vice president and general manager of American Express Travel EMEA based in London which during his tenure was a 7B business employing 6300 people and encompassing twenty one markets throughout Europe the Middle East and Africa Ron also served on the board of American Express Europe Ltd which set direction for all American Express businesses operating in the region which at the time included the American Express Corporate and Consumer Card businesses the Establishment Services business the Global Network Services business and the American Express Bank Prior to working for American Express Ron was the Chief Operating Officer of Rosenbluth International a privately held global travel management company employing 3800 people with offices in fortyeight countries around the world When the company was being sold to American Express he was part of the executive team working with the Blackstone Group that orchestrated the sale Ron served for three years as Executive Director of the Association of Corporate Travel Executives ACTE a travel industry trade association focused on education and industry advocacy His resume also includes time in the corporate card industry where he was president and CEO of AirPlus International Inc Ron participates in a number of angel investor groups in the United States and Europe and serves on the board of several companies in the travel tourism and hospitality space Back to session Elyes Mrad Managing Director EMEA American Express Global Business Travel 12 00 13 00 Masterclass Going green adding to your travel programme or reducing it Masterclass Going green adding to your travel programme or reducing it Location Henley Suite 1 Sustainability is still an incredibly important strategic priority for many companies but what are the cost implications Hear the argumentsd for and against and learn how you can make your travel programme environmentally responsible from policy control to traveller education to supplier relations Speakers Angela Smith Travel Manager Carillion Will Hasler Business Travel Manager PwC Back to session Angela Smith Travel Manager Carillion Back to session Will Hasler Business Travel Manager PwC Will is Business Travel Manager for PwC UK He has more than 27 years experience in the travel industry with airlines GDS and now in his tenth year as a buyer for PwC He leads a small team in London responsible for supplier and channel management as well as customer engagement His team communicates with their travelling public using a variety of messaging including social media 13 30 14 30 Panel Understand travel management law taxation and finance Panel Understand travel management law taxation and finance Location Main Stage How does corporate manslaughter and bribery legislation affect your travel programme Did you know travel could impact your employee tax planning Our panel of leading lawyers accountants and tax specialists reveal everything you need to know and answer your questions Moderator Amon Cohen Travelword Speakers Peter Connor Senior Director Global Compliance Legal Citrix Ian Skuse Partner Head of Aviation Travel Tourism Piper Smith Watton Chris Gibson Director of Taxation HRG Moderators Amon Cohen Director Travel Word Back to session Amon Cohen Director Travel Word Amon Cohen is a specialist business travel writer He is contributing editor to Business Travel News the US publication for travel managers and pens a regular column for Buying Business Travel in the UK Amon is a regular conference moderator He has hosted and planned dozens of events for organisations such as the Global Business Travel Association Association of Corporate Travel Executives Business Travel Show Institute of Travel Meetings and Guild of Travel Management Companies and he regularly facilitates client meetings for travel companies He also runs Travel Media Training which provides specialised media training for travel professionals Amon is based in Somerset in the UK and moonlights as bass player for punk country band The Johnsons Back to session Peter Connor Senior Director Global Compliance Legal Citrix Back to session Ian Skuse Partner Head of Aviation Travel Tourism Piper Smith Watton Back to session Chris Gibson Director of Taxation HRG 15 00 16 00 Masterclass Become a better communicator Masterclass Become a better communicator Location Henley Suite 1 How can you talk and listen better to your travellers to ensure they buy book and behave smarter Speakers Nathalie Ansermoz Global Category Manager Travel Entertainment Bacardi Back to session Nathalie Ansermoz Global Category Manager Travel Entertainment Bacardi As part of the Global Procurement team Nathalie is globally in charge of the T E category Her role is to develop the Business Travel sourcing strategy through various pillars change management supplier relationship and expertise of theTravel industry During the last 5 years Nathalie has lead different projects such as the redesign of the Global Travel policy the selection and implementation of different TMCs and a Corporate credit card provider in EMEA APAC and the Americas She is also supporting the roll out of the Travel Expense system The new challenge for this year is to implement the SMMP Prior to become the global Travel manager at Bacardi Nathalie worked in the hospitality industry in Canada and Ireland and also with one of the top 5 global TMCs in France Nathalie is dynamic and passionate by the industry always keeping an eye on new technologies and innovations and extending her network She hold a MBA specialized in International Travel Management from the Business school ESCAET in France and is also member of GBTA ACTE and the AFTM 16 30 17 30 Masterclass Become a better negotiator Masterclass Become a better negotiator Location Henley Suite 1 How can you gain the edge in negotiations with airlines hotels TMCs and other suppliers Speakers Karen McKenna Director Callisto Back to session Karen McKenna Director Callisto Karen McKenna has business travel experience spanning 25 years with a diverse skill set including sales marketing sourcing procurement and travel consultancy In the last 10 years she has used her entrepreneurial skills to create niche online market places a consultancy firm and more recently a specialist training and education company for the business travel industry Her web based marketplaces were successfully launched across the UK Europe Nordics and the U S attracting major blue chip companies including Morgan Stanley Adidas Kelloggs Dana ITV Smith Nephew Siemens Delphi Rothschild Tesco many more Having sold her interests in her online market place and consultancy firm 2 years ago she formed Callisto a company designed to provide not only support and consultancy for travel buyers and managers but also educational workshops to assist them in optimising their travel programmes Workshops include Travel Technology More of an Art than a Science Effective RFP Development Creating a Hotel Programme Travel Programme Consolidation Self Booking Tool Selection Process Improvement and Supplier Management Consultancy services include Travel Programme Audit Travel Policy Review and Development Tender Process and Contract Negotiation Strategic Sourcing Benchmarking Spend and Savings Analysis and Project Management Traveller Management 10 30 11 30 Round table Let s talk policy compliance Round table Let s talk policy compliance Location Pillar Hall We all know high levels of policy compliance are key to successful travel management but sometimes that s easier said than done Compare notes with your fellow travel managers about how and how not to ensure your travellers get with the programme Is it time to tighten policy or loosen it Is policy irrelevant to the iPhone generation How to drive more business towards preferred suppliers Pre trip approval the case for and against Speakers Carol Neil Head of Corporate Travel EMEA Nomura Moderators Thomas Lindahl Global Travel Manager Husqvarna Back to session Carol Neil Head of Corporate Travel EMEA Nomura Carol is Head of Corporate Travel EMEA for Nomura International plc Asia s Global Investment Bank She is responsible for the delivery and development of all travel services to Nomura Group companies in EMEA and the management of all related personnel vendors technology and expenditure Globally Carol manages Nomura s relationship with major inter continental airlines hotel groups and the Firm s global Travel Agency Furthermore Carol also plays a key role in ensuring all regions work co operatively in line with a co ordinated strategy Carol has worked in the travel industry for 13 years She was the EMEA Travel Manager at UBS before moving to Lehman Brothers as Category Manager where travel was one of her many areas of responsibility Prior to assuming her current role she was Head of Non IT Sourcing for Nomura Carol brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise not only in travel but also in sourcing and procurement across a wide range of corporate services She has a master s degree in facilities management and is CIPS qualified Back to session Thomas Lindahl Global Travel Manager Husqvarna Thomas Lindahl has been the Global Travel Manager for Husqvarna Group since 2011 Thomas was previously a HR manager working on everything from negotiations regarding re organisation redundancy to employing people purchasing sales and production Since 2012 Thomas has assisted with the implemention of one TMC and One Global Travel Policy with in the Husqvarna Group Today Thomas mainly works on following up travel behaviour and working with development of this but also with meetings and security This work is done in close cooperation with purchasing legal and TMC 15 00 16 00 The mobile invasion of business travel The mobile invasion of business travel Location Main Stage There is no question that business travelers rely more and more heavily on their mobile devices when traveling even more so than their PC according to a recent Expedia Egencia mobile study They also tend to turn to mobile devices more often than another human when they need help Session sponsored by Egencia Moderators Graham Kingsmill Managing Director Egencia UK Panelist Leigh Howell Global Business Travel Manager GSMA Ian Wright Group Commodity Manager Oxford Instruments Catherine Oxley Head of Procurement Yell Trish Neil Head of Sourcing and Supplier Relationships Carphone Back to session Leigh Howell Global Business Travel Manager GSMA Leigh Howell is the Global Business Travel Manager at GSMA the London based global association for mobile operators worldwide Howell has over 20 years of experience in the travel industry and is currently charged with managing travel policy compliance and cost saving initiatives for the company s travel program She specializes in change management in addition to travel and meetings Back to session Ian Wright Group Commodity Manager Oxford Instruments Ian is the Group Commodity Manager at Oxford Instruments plc a leading provider of high technology tools and systems for research and industry Ian s experience encompassing Nanotechnology tool manufacturing Aerospace Aircraft manufacturer Petrochemical facility s equipment and many other specialist areas both Direct and Indirect spends on an International level Back to session Graham Kingsmill Managing Director Egencia UK Back to session Catherine Oxley Head of Procurement Yell Catherine is Head of Procurement at Yell a leading provider of digital marketing solutions helping organisations be found and chosen online Catherine recently transitioned Yell to a new Travel Management Company across several international markets and continues to oversee all aspects of the program including policy optimisation Catherine has 20 years procurement experience across a range of blue chips including Xchanging KPMG and GSK Back to session Trish Neil Head of Sourcing and Supplier Relationships Carphone Trish is head of sourcing and supplier relationships at the newly formed Dixons Carphone Group Europe s leading specialist electrical and telecommunications retailer and services company employing over 40 000 people in 11 countries with almost 3 000 stores across our various brands Trish s experience stretches over 30 years in senior procurement roles including Glaxo Smith Kline 16 30 17 30 Telemedicine for the Business Traveller Looking after corporate health remotely Telemedicine for the Business Traveller Looking after corporate health remotely Location Conference Room Dr Doniert Macfarlane founder of Remote Medical Support examines developments in telemedicine over the last 8 years and the impact and potential for assisting the business traveller He will examine recent shifts in emphasis for corporate travel health from the looking at resources for repatriation to the move to use telemedicine to support employees in the environment they are in As well as myth busting the commonest reasons for health issues for the traveller he will also explore a new way of thinking about a person s fitness to travel Session sponsored by Remote Medical Support Speakers Doniert Macfarlane Founder Remote Medical Support Back to session Doniert Macfarlane Founder Remote Medical Support Fundamentals 10 00 11 00 Ten quick wins to get you started in travel management Ten quick wins to get you started in travel management Location Olympia Room Everything you need to know about making a flying start to travel management in 60 minutes Not everything about travel management is easy but there are some very straightforward changes you can make within your organisation which will yield instant savings compliance improvements and risk reductions Discover what you can do straight away when it comes to issues like policy data and supplier negotiations Speakers Simone Buckley Chief Executive Institute of Travel Meetings Back to session Simone Buckley Chief Executive Institute of Travel Meetings Simone has a wealth of experience in the business travel industry having held various roles over the last 18 years in operations account management sales and marketing at Travel Management Companies Most recently Simone co founded the travel consultancy Bouda where she was Director of Travel Programme Optimisation and worked with a number of companies in a Travel Manager capacity Previously she held the position of Managing Director at Capita Business Travel where she was responsible for the strategy sales and overall management of the company targeting both the public and private sector During this time she was appointed onto the Executive Board of the GTMC where she chaired the Surface Transport Working Party and worked diligently with her peers on leading industry initiatives Simone has both national and global experience previously holding senior positions at Carlson Wagonlit Travel Rosenbluth International and HRG 11 30 12 30 Travel policy your key to balancing maximum compliance with traveller experience Travel policy your key to balancing maximum compliance with traveller experience Location Olympia Room A well crafted policy is at the heart of any successful corporate travel programme Learn how you can build a policy to control spend and steer business towards preferred suppliers yet give travellers enough flexibility for their trip needs all at the same time And once the policy is up and running how do you monitor and enforce it Speakers Mark O Brien Partner and Director of EMEA TCG Consulting Back to session Mark O Brien Partner and Director of EMEA TCG Consulting 13 00 14 00 Communication how to engage travellers and other stakeholders in your travel programme Communication how to engage travellers and other stakeholders in your travel programme Location Henley Suite 1 Getting travellers onside is now considered essential for the success of any travel programme and senior management buy in is equally important Come and find out how to talk to the stakeholders that matter in your organisation What do you say to them how do you say it what channels do you use and how do you make sure you are listening properly in return Moderators Richard Viner Director Head of Global Account Management Egencia Panelist Richard Sebald Manager Meeting Travel Services BearingPoint Michael Munoz Manager Global Procurement Indirects PepsiCo Henrik Schmidt Lundberg Manager Group Procurement ISS World Services Back to session Richard Viner Director Head of Global Account Management Egencia Richard Viner director of global sales and strategic accounts for Egencia the business travel company of Expedia Inc has 15 years of experience in the hospitality and travel industry Richard manages a broad portfolio of international clients with a focus on change management and providing a consumer experience for business travelers His global perspective is fueled by an extensive history of living and working across Europe and America Back to session Richard Sebald Manager Meeting Travel Services BearingPoint Richard Sebald is Manager Meeting and Travel Service firm wide for BearingPoint a technology and management consulting company With 20 years of experience in managing travel for multi national companies Richard specializes in driving successful complex travel programs across the world His previous roles included positions at BCD and Deutsche Bank Back to session Michael Munoz Manager Global Procurement Indirects PepsiCo Michael Munoz global procurement leader at PepsiCo has over 10 years of experience in various procurement leadership positions at European and worldwide levels with internationally recognized brands such as Hewlett Packard and Bacardi Most recently his insights into how to drive change management has led to the successful implementation of PepsiCo s travel program Back to session Henrik Schmidt Lundberg Manager Group Procurement ISS World Services Henrik Schmidt Lundberg is Manager of Group Procurement for ISS World Services one of the world s largest facility service providers with over 520 000 people worldwide Based in Copenhagen Henrik has successfully built global and local project management teams to implement change worldwide His scope includes multiple brands operating across several cultures under one global organization 14 30 15 30 Corporate payments achieve more savings more data more process efficiencies Corporate payments achieve more savings more data more process efficiencies Location Olympia Room Corporate payments are a convenient way for your employees to pay for their travel but there are many other benefits too including improved data and massive process efficiencies But which option is best for you corporate card or lodge card and what about tricky choices like corporate liability or individual liability Our expert lays out the basics for you Speakers Clive Cornelius Senior Director Global Card Products Carlson Wagonlit Travel Back to session Clive Cornelius Senior Director Global Card Products Carlson Wagonlit Travel Clive Cornelius joined Carlson Wagonlit Travel CWT in 2011 as programme manager where he delivered projects related to CWT s hotel offering He then became business manager EMEA and Global Partners Network where he supported the EMEA leadership team to ensure delivery against CWT s business plan In his current role as senior director Global Card Products Clive is responsible for CWT s card product portfolio managing the relationships with the banks and networks that clients use and delivering card products and services to ensure a smooth payment process for travel booked via CWT Prior to joining CWT Clive held project and programme management roles at Travelport He has also worked with OAG and Natwest 16 00 17 00 Negotiating the best savings and value with hotels Negotiating the best savings and value with hotels Location Olympia Room Hotels are hungry for your business but only if you can prove you will deliver them more business Discover the fundamentals of kicking your programme into shape so you can win the very best deals for your lodging spend Learn to about the basics of negotiated versus dynamic pricing and what to do about controlling the cost of extras like breakfast and in room wifi Speakers Douglas O Neill Managing Director Inntel Moderators Jonathan Hull Head of Corporate Sales Virgin Atlantic Back to session Douglas O Neill Managing Director Inntel Douglas O Neill started his professional career as a London based solicitor specialising in offshore tax and trust advice having spent 3 years in Jersey 3 months in the Cayman Islands and 7 years in London Douglas made a dramatic career change in 2001 taking on the role as Business Development Director at Inntel a leading UK provider of meetings accommodation event management and business travel services In 2003 Douglas was promoted to Managing Director and in 2012 having a strong belief in the company s future he bought the company Today Douglas is Managing Director and owner of Inntel which employs over 100 staff at its headquarters in Feering Essex Since he took over the business annual turnover has grown by over 300 and is now over 50 million Inntel s clients are some of the UK s largest organisations and include 3 FTSE top 20 companies The company completes over 300 000 transactions annually and develops market leading technology specifically for their clients Douglas is a typical family business leader who can see beyond the short term My goal is to provide customer service and make a profit but there isn t the great driver to make a profit at the cost of customer service that there would be if I was answerable to investment shareholders I do think the drive for profit can sometimes over reach the drive to provide customer service I am proud to have developed and grown the business Having a legal background has greatly influenced my management style I like to explore and question decisions and appreciate that everything has an impact When managing a company it is essential to ensure all potential positive and negative impacts have been considered he adds Douglas is currently on the advisory panel for many shows and was recently elected to joined the GBTA Europe Meetings Committee He was also Chair of the ITM Meetings and Events Working Party that was established to ensure that ITM maintained a focus on Meetings Events content throughout its education training and reports activity since its name change in March 2009 He was also an active Board Director of the ITM until earlier this year In his spare time O Neill enjoys running and especially completing marathons 14 to date He also has a passion for the hills and completed the Three Peaks Challenge in 2010 Many of these activities are to raise money for local charities including St Helena Hospice in Colchester and children s hospice Little Havens in Southend He is also a keen on and off road cyclist and recently completed a 214 mile coast to coast off road cycle ride Back to session Jonathan Hull Head of Corporate Sales Virgin Atlantic Suppliers and Service Providers 10 00 11 00 Round table Let s talk air sourcing Round table Let s talk air sourcing Location Pillar Hall Want to get more out of your deals with airlines Come and share your headaches tips and solutions at our Business Travel Show buyers only round table session for experienced travel managers Dealing with joint ventures Learning to work with reduced supplier competition Preparing better data Is it worth talking to low cost carriers Can you send your travellers indirect to save more Speakers Jo Lloyd Director Nina and Pinta Back to session Jo Lloyd Director Nina and Pinta Jo Lloyd is a travel industry veteran with over 20 years experience in corporate travel Jo has worked across a broad range of industry sectors throughout her career and has experience in Travel Management Companies Airline Sales and Procurement With a strong knowledge of the Global markets she is now an independent industry consultant Having lived a a number of countries throughout her career Jo is now based in London 11 30 12 30 Masterclass Is there a place for private aviation and charter Masterclass Is there a place for private aviation and charter Location Henley Suite 1 Chartering or owning private jets is often dismissed as an extravagance for a wealthy few but it can make excellent business sense for managed travel programmes too Come and weigh up the options and decide whether private aviation may be worth another look within your company Moderators Toni Goth Director International Development and Group Services Pro Sky Back to session Toni Goth Director International Development and Group Services Pro Sky Toni Goth has worked in the Travel and Aviation Industry for more than 20 years He started his career at the German travel group Hapag Lloyd now part of TUI and BCD Travel He served in many different positions mainly within the areas of Business Travel Aviation and MICE Meetings Incentives Conferences Events Goth was heading FCI between 2000 and 2002 the then largest European specialist for the MICE segment with nearly 200 experts across Germany providing services mainly to corporate customers He also served as Director of Maritz GmbH now known as Grass Roots He worked several years for the world s largest aircraft charter specialist Air Partner as Director for Business Development and Marketing in Germany Austria Switzerland Hungary and Spain Later he joined Europe s largest provider of business aircraft NetJets Europe The company operates about 150 private jets with a very complex business model and highly specialized operations headquarter near Lisbon Portugal There Goth was heading the large corporate travel department and the subcharter unit Between 2011 and end of 2013 Toni Goth was then leading the global travel and MICE initiatives of Allianz Managed Operations Services AMOS the world wide internal service provider of insurance and finance solutions giant Allianz In January 2014 he joined Pro Sky a specialist provider of customised aviation solutions present in four countries as Director International Development Group Services Toni Goth is an expert on travel procurement highly demanding technological solutions in the travel and aviation arena and all other subjects around modern corporate travel air operations and MICE management 14 30 15 30 Panel Did you choose the right TMC Panel Did you choose the right TMC Location Main Stage Your TMC is arguably your most important service provider but are you using the one that is best for you Are you better off with a hungry independent or a multi faceted international What about a consortium And do you actually need a TMC at all Listen to the arguments over a subject where one size most certainly does not fit all Moderators Gill Upton Freelance Journalist Speakers Paul Wait CEO GTMC Robert Daykin Director Travel Category Specialist Coporate Travel Partners Alexander Glavas Travel Manager H M Nathalie Ansermoz Global Category Manager Travel Entertainment Bacardi Back to session Paul Wait CEO GTMC Back to session Robert Daykin Director Travel Category Specialist Coporate Travel Partners Following a 20 year career in sales and marketing Robert moved into category management where he developed and implemented the strategic direction for the T E category at The Littlewoods Organisation Dresser Industries Inc and The Halliburton Company In 2000 he established his own consultancy practice travelConsult before joining with two other well known specialists in 2002 to form what is now known as Corporate Travel Partners Limited CTPL Totally independent of the supply chain CTPL is a small niche entity providing advisory project support and sourcing solutions for corporate travel buyers and managers In 2012 CTPL joined forces with Corporate Travel Buyer Resources CTBR in the USA to offer a multi national service to clients In conjunction with CTBR Robert provides the BidCentral e RFP solution for TMC bids in the UK and mainland Europe markets Robert is a well known speaker and moderator at business travel related seminars and conferences in the UK Europe Russia and the USA Robert s mantra is solve problems keep things simple save money Back to session Alexander Glavas Travel Manager H M Alex is a driven and experienced travel professional who specialises in global corporate travel Having graduated with a degree in Tourism and Business Management from the University of Rijeka Alex has progressed to hold a number of diverse and exciting roles in travel management which have contributed to his expert knowledge of the industry For the past 18 months Alex has held the coveted position of UK Travel Manager for the global fashion giant H

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    M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z reset the search filters Displaying 25 of 265 results Stand B554 ABTA ABTA is the UK s largest travel association representing travel agents and tour operators Business Travel is an Stand Airline Pavilion A16 ACC Aviation Time productivity safety and reliability are vital considerations for business travel The solution AIR CHARTER Exclusive Stand B922 ACE Hotel London A 5 minute walk from Shoreditch High Street station 10minute walkfrom both Liverpool Street and Old Street Tube Stationthis Stand B742 Addison Lee Addison Lee the integrated solution for all your business travel needs Whether you need cars for meetings a delivery Stand B112 Advantage Business Travel With a group turnover in excess of 1 5 billion Advantage Business Travel is able to secure excellent deals with a range of Stand B220 Aegean Airlines Aegean Airlines a member of Star Alliance is Greece s largest airline providing full service premium quality short and Stand B1255 Aer Lingus Aer Lingus is the national airline of Ireland founded in 1936 whose primary mission is to connect Ireland with the world by Stand Airline Pavilion A1 Air Astana Air Astana commenced regular flight operations on 15 May 2002 and currently operates anetwork of 64 routes between 39 Stand Airline Pavilon A3 Air Berlin Air Berlin is Europe s 7th largest airline and flies all over the world We offer passengers an extensive route network a Stand B220 Air Canada Air Canada provides more daily non stop flights from Heathrow to Canada than any other airline including four daily flights Stand B220 Air China Air China is proud to be the national flag carrier of China and a proud member of Star Alliance the worlds leading airline Stand B220 Air India Air India

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