12 FEBRUARY 2018

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Article from BTNews 12 FEBRUARY 2018

Business Travel Show

The Business Travel Show is at home again at Olympia London this Wednesday and Thursday, 22-23 February, with more than 7,700 attendees expected and 260 suppliers offering their wares.

After much demand, the International Hotel Village returns. This year, it has doubled in size and includes leading global and local hotel providers. Elsewhere, the Airline Pavilion hosts a comprehensive line up of global airlines while the Guild of Travel Management Companies (GTMC) Pavilion brings many of its members to the Business Travel Show, including TMCs, airlines, car rental suppliers and travel and expense management suppliers. The show also plays host to the Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP) Pavilion, a one-stop-shop for those sourcing global serviced apartment suppliers and wanting information to rethink accommodation strategies.

The 260-plus exhibitors at the show are from every area of business travel, including airlines, accommodation providers, ground transportation, technology providers and TMCs. Special areas will be devoted to international hotels, airlines and responsible travel.

The 2018 conference programme, sponsored by Amex and Egencia, features more than 60 sessions with new topics including Brexit, personalisation and FinTech, plus issues that continue to challenge buyers such as data, distribution, the sharing economy, social media policy and duty of care.

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