Jupiter Analysts and 30+ Senior Travel Execs to Tackle Survival and Growth Strategies for Online Tra

Senior Officials From United Airlines, Delta Airlines, Alaska Air, Sabre, Pegasus, Oracle and Other Leading Concerns to Address Fastest Track To Profitability in the $15.4 Billion Online Travel IndustryJupiter Media Metrix, the global leader in market
intelligence, will host its annual @Travel Forum in Miami between April 23 and 24, 2001, with more than 30 travel leaders and high-level executives convening with Jupiter analysts to tackle the industry`s most critical
issues. @Travel will offer vital strategies and sound advice to corporations, travel solutions providers, travel agencies and suppliers.
The keynotes are the following:
* Pamela Arway, executive vice president & general manager, U.S. Corporate Travel, American Express Corporate Travel
* Steve Jarvis, vice president, e-commerce, Alaska Air Panelists
* John Samuel, vice president, e-business, American Airlines
* Steven Scheper, managing director, e-business, Delta Airlines
* David Brown, director, e-commerce product strategy and
* development, United Airlines
* John F. Davis, III, chief executive officer, Pegasus Solutions Inc.
* Scott Gutz, chief executive officer, Oracle eTravel
* Scott Alvis, senior vice president, travel supplier distribution systems, Sabre
* Erik Blachford, vice president, marketing, Expedia
* Ken Swanton, chief executive officer, Lowestfare
Through a compelling mix of roundtables, panels and
presentations, the forum will address:
* The Travel Business and Its Players
* How are business models changing as travel companies strive for profitability?  How will the newest Internet travel players impact the existing landscape?
* Technologies
* What technologies are driving the travel industry and how are they impacting customer service, personalization initiatives and loyalty? What are the
implications of wireless technologies and ubiquitous
Internet connections?
* Business Travel
* What impact will corporate online booking solutions have on relationships with the coveted business customer
* Economic Conditions
* How are changing economic conditions affecting investment decisions by travel companies?