Business Travel Show News
CWT to showcase mobile app “CWT To Go” at Business Travel Show
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) will be on hand at the Business Travel Show next week in London to help travel managers and travellers understand their options for integrating mobile applications and strategies into their travel programmes.
Call for speakers at Business Travel Show conference
The Business Travel Show’s 2012 conference programme is now live and online at www.businesstravelshow.com, and new content directors Amon Cohen and Melanie Garrett are inviting leading buyers to put themselves forward to speak at the UK’s largest and longest-established dedicated event for business travel professionals.
BTS launches “largest global hosted buyer programme”
The Business Travel Show – the UK’s largest dedicated event for corporate travel professionals – is launching the world’s biggest fully hosted buyer programme for the corporate travel market.
Etihad to sponsor Executive PA Promotion at BTM 2011
Business Travel Market has announced it will be expanding its Executive PA programme during the annual event, which this year takes place on June 22nd-23rd. Hosted by Excel, the event will see an Etihad Airways sponsored promotion specifically aimed at this important travel booking channel.
The Business Travel Show Middle East confirms 2011 dates
The Business Travel Show Middle East has confirmed the 2011 show dates as being the 31st October-1st November, at the Madinat Arena in Dubai.
Business Travel Show London expands
Business Travel Show London is entering a new era of evolution and investment. Europe’s leading networking platform for the business travel industry is moving to two days in 2010, introducing a host of new exhibiting packages and further developing on the Executive Buyer Programme, which launched to great acclaim earlier this year. The Event will take place on 9 -10 February at Earls Court in London.
Biz travellers say no to mobile phones on planes
A Business Travel Show survey carried out by You Gov has found that nearly half of people do not want mobile phones on planes despite the fact it could be a reality within months.