More leading speakers have been confirmed for Travel Weekly’s Future of Travel Spring Forum on May 12.
The half-day forum, held once again in association with Future of Travel partner Google, will take place at the company’s offices in central London.
It will feature presentations and panel discussions on the big issues facing the industry as it emerges from the Covid pandemic, including current trading and the outlook for the year ahead, financial and regulatory pressures on businesses, sustainability and a focus on the future of retail.
Newly confirmed speakers include Eamonn Ferrin, vice-president of international business, Norwegian Cruise Line; Finnbar Cornwall, travel industry lead, Google; Kieran Hartwell, managing director, corporate, Travel Counsellors; and Phil Nuttall, managing director, The Travel Village Group.
They will joined previously confirmed speakers including Alistair Rowland, Abta chairman and chief executive, Blue Bay Travel; Gary Lewis, chief executive, The Travel Network Group; Julia Lo Bue-Said, chief executive, Advantage Travel Partnership; Ryan Pearson, regional manager, Booking.com; Claire Ross, product director, Kuoni; Chris Photi, head of travel & leisure, White Hart Associates; and Prue Stone, group head of sustainability, Hotelplan UK.
Lucy Huxley, editor-in-chief of Travel Weekly Group, said: “I am delighted to be able to add even more outstanding speakers to our Future of Travel Spring Forum. It is already set to be an unmissable event packed with insight and information.”
A small number of spaces remain available for the Future of Travel Spring Forum. To register your interest in attending, please complete the form below.
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