Gray Dawes, one of the UK’s leading independent business travel management companies, announced today the formal launch of gdseminar, a series of free forums that will be held throughout the year in the UK. The seminars, which are open to Gray Dawes’ clients and business travellers alike, will review the latest industry trends and instruct seminar participants how to navigate these trends, ensuring the greatest value is extracted from business travel programmes.
The launch of gdseminar follows on the success of previous travel forums held in Edinburgh, Manchester and Newcastle. gdseminar will expand its outreach effort to include London as well as the Jersey, Hemel Hempstead, and Colchester regions. The educational seminars will include discussions on pertinent business travel topics with heads of industry as well as free demonstrations of gdbookonline, Gray Dawes’ travel management and online booking portal designed to save clients time and money by increasing efficiencies through streamlining the business travel booking process.
“Gray Dawes is committed to arming our clients with the knowledge necessary to make the most of their business travel expenditure,” said Ray Hopkins, managing director of Gray Dawes. “To that end, we are thrilled to increase our efforts in a more formalised approach through the launch of gdseminar and are confident Gray Dawes’ philosophy, industry knowledge and technology, will continue to prove extremely valuable to all seminar attendees.”
The next gdseminar will be held in Glasgow, Scotland on 30 October 2003.