|Event Date||Wed Mar 17 EDT (7 months ago)|
Before the pandemic, the multi-trillion dollar business travel sector was set to experience a dramatic digital transformation, and then the world came to a standstill. With lions of business like Bill Gates proclaiming 50 percent of business travel and over 30 percent of days in the office will go away, and that the single-meeting trip is over, what will the corporate travel sector even look like post-crisis as the future of work and companies goes increasingly digital? With such a vast business landscape, in reality, people still fly in for vital meetings and essential work, but where will they book, how will expectations and preferences shift, and what will spending policies dictate as the world defines the new norms of doing business?
Join Skift editors, analysts, and special guests for frank conversations and predictions from leaders on the future of work and business travel, as well as how travel can best service the rapidly changing needs of companies.
Why you should participate?
• Marketing - Learn from the experiences and strategies of the moist creative leaders at major travel brands.
• Strategy - Our agendas are jam-packed with opportunities to learn from experts, gain tactical knowledge, and understand the latest trends in travel.
• Technology - Attendees will hear insights on how tech is disrupting the industry and adapting to consumer demand.
Chief Product & Operations Officer, TripActions
CEO & Founder, Meetingsbooker.com
Tran Dieu Ly
Research & Market Intelligence Analyst, Lufthansa Innovation Hub
Co-Founder and CEO, The Commons Project
CEO & Co-Founder, Selina
CEO, GBTA | Global Business Travel Association
Group President, Expedia Business Services
Director of Global Travel, Events and Ground Transportation, Fidelity International
Co-Founder and CEO, Travelbank
CEO, American Express Global Business Travel
Partner, Rho Capital Partners
Global Director of Travel, Microsoft