James Stevenson, Global Sales Director at Hogg Robinson Group (HRG), the corporate travel services company, will examine how the business travel environment will evolve in the next ten years, at the forthcoming North Hampshire International Trade Forum (NHITF) on 19 September.
Stevenson will present his insights into how business travel is changing for executives, what impact this is likely to have on employers and what the future might hold for the industry. In particular, he will examine how this changing environment is likely to affect UK exporters – for whom the event is specifically tailored.
The NHITF is an association of companies and organisations in the North Hampshire area involved in international business including large, medium and small businesses, professional services organisations, government trade support organisations and chambers of commerce. The association is also a platform for discussion, networking and support on issues affecting global trade.
Stevenson said: “The International Trade Forum is a great opportunity for HRG to meet with those working in international trade and we are looking forward to being able to share our business travel insights and expertise with them. Identifying trends and making predictions about the future of the industry and are an integral element of what we do. It is always exciting and rewarding for us when we get the opportunity to share these publicly and with an audience for whom the changing face of business travel is such a key consideration.”
The NHITF will take place at Grove House in Chineham, Basingstoke on Monday 19 September 2011.