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BT SHOW 2019


BUSINESS TRAVEL SHOW 2019 Conference programme


TUESDAY 19 FEBRUARY PRE-SHOW HOSTED BUYER-ONLY SESSIONS


1345-1500: Fit for the future – creating an agile travel platform


1515-1615: How to write a smarter travel management strategy


1515-1615: Will my business really gain from strategic meetings management?


1515-1615: Join the culture club – winning traveller and local management buy-in for your multinational programme


1515-1615: Reduce hotel costs by getting your rate right


1630-1730: Effective communications strategies for corporate buyers


1630-1730: Breaking up is hard to do – how to switch travel service providers with less headaches


1630-1730: Air sourcing health check 1630-1730: On the travel therapist’s couch


WEDNESDAY 20 FEBRUARY


1000-1100: Brexit and the global risk outlook – what do fast-shifting changes in geo-politics mean for business travel?


1000-1100: Introduce bots into your travel programme to slash admin and boost communications


1000-1100: How to get your business booking meetings smarter


1000-1100: Ten quick wins to get you started in travel management


1130-1230: Predictive analytics – what does it mean and can it improve your travel programme?


1130-1230: How to influence my C-suite and win big – a boardroom exec reveals all


1130-1230: Managing supplier consolidation to make sure you win


buyingbusinesstravel.com THURSDAY 21 FEBRUARY


1000-1100: How to improve traveller wellbeing without harming your travel budget


1000-1100: Buyers’ revolution – let’s take back control of our data!


1000-1100: The meetings revolution – worth paying more to get a better result?


1300-1400: The annual hotel RFP – finding you a better way!


1300-1400: Getting data protection right in a post-GDPR world


1300-1400: Benchmarking – how do I check how well my travel programme is doing?


1300-1400: Stars of the East – getting to grips with managing travel in China and India


1300-1400: Corporate payments – achieve more savings, more data, more process efficiencies


1430-1530: NDC – will travel buyers win or lose?


1430-1530: Get what you want by telling data stories


1430-1530: Does traveller incentivisation really lower spend and help your business?


1430-1530: Inside Track – how I manage our air and hotel programmes


1430-1530: Choosing a travel management company and other partners


1600-1700: What are the new skills I need to win as a travel manager?


1600-1700: New opportunities to make the most of your travel policy


1600-1700: Dangerous liaisons – how to de- risk your meetings programme


1600-1700: Using data for improved savings and control


1000-1100: Negotiating the best savings and value with travel suppliers


1130-1230: Traveller profiling – a game-changing new way to organise your travel programme


1130-1230: Solving the challenge of booking non-employee travel


1130-1230: Too much information! How to find what you need when you’re drowning in data


1130-1230: Online booking and expense management – how to choose it, how to implement it, how to maximise adoption


1300-1400: Forecasting Forum 2019 – The travel price and risk outlook for the next 12 months


1300-1400: Making hotel and meetings payments work


1300-1400: Managing the mavericks – how to handle off-channel bookings


1300-1400: Get ready for One Order to transform business travel


1300-1400: Safety and security – a best practice guide for beginners


1430-1530: Hi-tech in action – how AI, blockchain, bots, augmented/virtual reality will transform travel management


1430-1530: Re-thinking what success looks like for a travel manager


1430-1530: Is it time to integrate transient travel and meetings?


1430-1530: Inside Track – life as a multinational travel manager


1430-1530: Travel policy – your key to balancing maximum compliance with traveller experience


1600-1700: Take the first step to managing your meetings spend


1600-1700: Communication – how to engage travellers and other stakeholders in your travel programme


2019 JANUARY/FEBRUARY 97


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