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Joint GBTA – Bay Area and Silicon Valley Education Day
May 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Travel Program of the Future – ESG 2023!
Balancing People, Planet and Profits
Learn how to integrate key elements of environmental, social, and corporate governance into your travel program. Is your travel program aligned with your company’s ESG targets?
Ubicación del evento
Grand Bay Hotel San Francisco – 223 Twin Dolphin Dr., Redwood City, CA
10:00 a.m. Buyers Only Session
*A downloadable Copy of WTP Self-assessment Guide for ISO 31030 will be provided to each attendee of the buyer only session ($1,000 value).
11:30 a.m. Check-in & Trade Show
12:00 p.m. Lunch & Keynote
1:30 p.m. Trade Show & Networking
2:00 p.m. Travel Buyers Panel
3:00 p.m. Expert Panel
4:00 p.m. Networking reception
Matthew Patterson – Sr. Director of Client Relationship Management, Advito and GBTA Aviation Committee Member
Buyer’s Only Session
Buyer Panel: Frank Harrison – Regional Security Director of North America, World Travel Protection
Buyer Panel: Ryan Pierce – Sr. Travel Manager, Amer/LACA | Salesforce
Moderator of the Expert Panel
Kevin Iwamoto, Former President of GBTA 2001-2003 & Chief Customer Officer at Bizly: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-iwamoto/
Gary Murakami, Vice President of Sales and Industry Relations, Teneo Hospitality, GTP, GLP, CMP-Fellow, CMM, DES https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyymurakami/
Laura Bell, Sr. Director, Global Strategic Events, Coupa Software https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurabellway/
Travel Manager Panel
Moderated by our Keynote Speaker – Matthew Patterson
Daryl Keiper, Sr. Manager, US Travel Program Genentech, Inc. https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryl-keiper-7b6b595/
Michele Fontaine, Director, Global Travel, Meeting + Events, OKTA linkedin.com/in/michellefontaine02
Overview of Sessions
Buyer’s Session – 10a to 11a
All attendees will get the WTP ISO 31030 assessment guide free of charge ($1,000 value)
Terms and definitions
• Understanding the organization and its context
• Managing travel risk
• Travel risk assessment
• Travel risk treatment
• Communication and consultation
• Program monitoring and review
• Program recording and reporting
How to tackle the new risks in today’s word
Understand what ISO 31030 is and how do you prepare your travel program
New methods for communication, recording and reporting
Trade show/Registration 11a to 12n
Welcome and sponsors: 12-12:25a
Key Note 12:25 to 1:15p Matthew Patterson
How to build a greener future for corporate travel?
1:15 – 1:45 Trade show and Networking
Travel Manager Panel 1:50p-2:30p
Sustentabilidad: What have you implemented, how do you measure and report, what are you doing now, and what is your plan forward?
Moderator: Mathew Patterson
Panelists: Daryl Keiper, Genentech; Michele Fontaine, OKTA; Dorian Stonie, Salesforce (just won BTN Sustainable Travel award)
What can buyers across all companies do now to reduce their carbon footprint?
Communication and behavior influence strategies
Reporting and measurement of reduction strategies
Policy changes and enforcement
How to drive behavior change
What technology is there to make travel more sustainable
How do you measure the impact of your travel program
2:30p to 2:45p sponsor presentations
2:45p to 3:15p Break/Tradeshow
Expert Panel 3:15p-3:55p
Integrating ESG with a focus on sustainability into your meetings and events
Moderator: Kevin Iwamoto
Panelists: Laura Bell, Director M&E at Coupa and Gary Murakami, VP Teneo Hospitality
Then/now: how companies are shifting from simple “green” initiatives to more robust ESG initiatives, learn what you can implement. What is next, and how do you implement and measure?
How to report each meeting’s CO2 footprint
How you can integrate social and governance components of your sustainability strategy into your program.
How to get started with move beyond emissions and infuse governance, impact on communities and equitable meetings initiatives
4:00p Closing remarks, introduce DE&I focused Networking Reception
4:10p-5 DE&I focused networking reception with interactive/conversation starters at round tables and throughout event touch points.
Pricing and Registration
Register before 5pm on Friday May 12th
$125 Chapter Member
$125 GBTA All Access
Register after 5pm on Friday May 12th to 5pm on Friday May 19th
$145 Chapter Member
$145 GBTA All Access
Walkup-$190 (limited seats, no guarantees)