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ravel Weekly held an extended Business


Breakfast on the Future of Travel Selling last month and host Google shared exclusive research on shifts in travel consumer habits. It was also a celebration of T


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50th anniversary. James Ferrara, boss of US homeworking company InteleTravel, addressed the UK industry for the first time


1. From left: James Ferrara, InteleTravel; Alistair Rowland, Midcounties Co-operative Travel; Clare Tobin, Olympic Holidays; Lucia Rowe, A-Rosa; Steve Williams, Malvern Group; Andy Washington, Culture Trip; and Ruairidh Roberts, Google 2. Connie Georgiou, Silversea Cruises; John Warr, Wendy Wu Tours; and Michelle Baillie 3. Richard Twynam and Sarah Fowler, both Azamara; and Stuart Perl, AmaWaterways 4. David Sharman, Newmarket Holidays; and Stuart Parish, Travel Weekly 5. Phil Gardner, Thomas Cook; Lucia Rowe, A-Rosa; and Barbara Kolosinska, C&M Recruitment 6. Ted Wake, Kirker Holidays; and Jamie Loizou, AmaWaterways 7. Joe Ponte, Explore; and Belinda Vazquez, Tui 8. Matthew Butler, Sara Rigby, Steve Witt, all Not Just Travel 9. Simon Garrido, Travelopia; and Lucy Huxley, Travel Weekly 10. John Sullivan and Paula Lacey, both The Advantage Travel Partnership 11. Luc Genest, Shangri-La International; Joe Ponte, Explore; and Karen Wheeler, Affinion International 12. George Michalias and Clare Tobin, both Olympic Holidays; and Alistair Pritchard, Deloitte UK 13. Lynn Narraway, Holland America Line and Seabourn; and Erin Johnson, Silversea Cruises14. Panellists on stage


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