Pour l'épisode de cette semaine, Le business du voyage once again revisits GBTA’s 50th Convention that just took place earlier this month in San Diego. Last week you heard our Monday Center Stage sessions and for today’s episode, we bring to you Tuesday’s industry sessions.
First, up you’ll hear from Kurt Ekert, CEO of Carlson Wagonlit Travel, who led a panel of experienced travel buyers in a shift from typical GBTA Convention Center Stage sessions, which often put a supplier on the hot seat. Their discussion centered around the growing responsibilities for travel buyers and technology’s increasing role in travel management as buyers work to ensure duty of care responsibilities and cost-savings measures are in place, while also balancing individual traveler preferences and convenience.
Next up you’ll hear our final Center Stage panel which saw Guy Langford return as a moderator to GBTA Convention – he is Deloitte’s Vice Chairman of U.S. Transportation, Hospitality, & Services Leader and asked a panel of executives covering various sectors of the business travel industry if bigger really is better in the travel sector, prompting a discussion of advantages and disadvantages of industry consolidation.
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