With less than a week to go until the third annual Business Travel Market (BTM), the conference & exhibition for European travel buyers, a host of exhibitor activities are already in place for the two day event. Being held between 22 and 23 June, at London’s Excel, this year is set to be bigger and better than ever with exhibitors taking the opportunity to maximise their presence with timely news announcements.
Business Travel Market has announced the conference content for this year’s event, as compiled by the Association of Corporate Travel Executives, the official conference programme co-ordinator.
Business Travel Market (BTM) has this week announced that Paul Deighton, Chief Executive Officer of The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG), will be the keynote speaker on day two of this year’s event.
Management company (TMC) of this year’s event. Portman Travel’s collaboration with the exhibition shows the increasing importance of BTM to TMCs, reflected in this commitment from one of the UK’s longest-established and leading travel management companies.
Now in its third year, Business Travel Market is the only event in Europe that brings corporate travel buyers from across Europe together with travel suppliers for efficient and cost-effective meetings and educationals.
Now in its third year, Business Travel Market (BTM), the conference & exhibition for European travel buyers, has announced a number of big name exhibitors who have already committed to this year’s event.
With activity ahead of the third annual Business Travel Market (BTM) ramping up, the conference & exhibition for European travel buyers is excited to announce that the first hundred VIP Hosted Buyers have registered for the event.
THE Guild of Travel Management Companies (GTMC) and Business Travel Market (BTM) have announced an official partnership for this year’s event at ExCel from 22nd – 23rd June 2011.
Businesses will remain reluctant to upgrade staff to premium class despite the improving global economic outlook, warns the Civil Aviation Authority. Companies that cut staff travel budgets during the downturn are unlikely to reverse this trend as they have become accustomed to the associated cost-savings, the British regulator says in its latest report.
A survey of 4,000 consumers from the UK, Germany, Italy and Spain and has shown how purse strings have remained firmly tightened when it comes to leisure and business travel in 2010, following the market challenges experienced in 2009.
Today the debate continued on the final day of Business Travel Market, at London’s ExCeL exhibition centre