14 AUGUST 2017

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Article from BTNews 14 AUGUST 2017

BTN at Stansted summit

The tenth Destinations and Travel Management Summit, formerly known as the Venues & Destinations Summit, takes place at the Radisson Blu Hotel at Stansted during the weekend of 20 – 21 November.

Free places are offered to buyers to meet sales teams from airlines and airports as well as representatives of hotels and a range of venues such as stately homes and academic centres, along with rail companies and travel agencies.

BTN contributor John Burke is among the speakers providing advice, and suppliers range from Royal Caribbean to the House of Commons along with Emirates, Lufthansa and Qatar Airways and some of the 21 airlines using Stansted.

The conference is organised in association with PALife, the magazine for personal and executive assistants in the UK and worldwide and consists of one-to-one business meetings, interactive seminars and networking opportunities.

Personalised appointments are arranged for meeting and travel buyers and suppliers to meet in their own dedicated meeting booth. Each supplier has a series of 25min get-togethers with key decision makers throughout the two days, over lunch and during the networking gala dinner.

http://destinationstravelmanagementsummit.co.uk

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