Business Travel Show has appointed its first advisory board in a bid to
add weight to its buyer offering and to ensure topical content for its
The committee will provide comment and advice on plans for the exhibition on industry trends, issues and key topics facing UK and European travel buyers.
will include advice on conference content and relevant ideas for
research studies for the Centaur Exhibitions-organised show on 5 and 6
February 2013 at Earls Court.
The board members are Alison Churchill, Christian Martin, Simon Andrews and Jef Robinson from the UK, Anton Goth and Ruediger Bruss from Germany and Soraya Wongatsoi.
“Going forward, the board will be our eyes and ears in the industry and at the show,” said Business Travel Show Event Director David Chapple.
“They will attend and experience the event as hosted buyers, providing us with valuable first-hand feedback that will be used to refine our offering to the buying community year-on-year, ensuring we continue to provide them with the ultimate learning, networking and sourcing opportunities.”
Alison Churchill was delighted to be a part of the advisory board for 2013’s Business Travel Show.
“This is one of the biggest shows for the business travel community and provides a huge insight into the marketplace for new and experienced travelbuyers/managers alike,” she commented.
“I’m looking forward to helping shape the content of 2013’s show and making this one of the best yet.”
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