ITM announces speaker line-up for the 2013 Annual Conference

Updated: 04-02-2013

ITM has announced the speaker line-up for the 2013 annual conference ‘Intelligent Interaction'. This 2.5 day event will be held at the Beaumont Estate in Windsor, 16th-18th April.

  • AirPlus International CEO Ron DiLeo and Chief Commercial Officer for British Airways Drew Crawley
    will take part in our opening ‘C Level Leadership' plenary to be moderated by BBC News Anchorman Huw Edwards.
  • Ian Hughes, a leading actor with the Royal Shakespeare Company and Corporate Facilitator and Business Performance Coach will inspire the 350 strong audience using Shakespeare's text in Wednesday afternoons plenary session ‘Shakespeare and the Story of Leadership'.
  • Bernadette Basterfield, Global Head of Corporate Travel & Events for Credit Suisse will share best practices in the Masterclass session ‘Creative approaches to balancing cost and service'.
  • Claudia Unger, Director, Research & Intelligence for BCD Travel takes part in Demand Management - Managing traveller buying behaviour.
  • Louise Kilgannon from AstraZeneca will talk ‘In the Hot Seat' about the Proven benefits of mobile travel and Social Media Applications.
  • Luke Goggin, Head of Corporate Sales for British Airways along with ITM's Chairman for Industry Affairs Mark Cuschieri will delve into the key industry issue of data protection in Paxis, Prism, MIDT - to share or not to share, that is the question!

To view the full programme and additional speakers visit the Conference website.

Also included in the Conference programme is an invitation to three Focus groups* on Tuesday 16th April 2pm-5pm to share best practice in specific and important areas of your travel programme.

*This is a closed session for buyer members to discuss their issues and learn from each other in a confidential environment.

ITM Business Buyers go FREE until 15th February 2013.
ITM Connect Buyers pay £249 to attend and receive 12 months ITM Business membership FREE.

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