Meet Us at Business Travel Show 2020

January 7, 2020 Travel and Transport

Business Travel Show is February 26-27 in London and we can’t wait! Travel and Transport employees will be there on stand B160 and ready to discuss your travel programme requirements. 

We’ve got some exciting news and brand new products and services that we're sure you'll want to hear about. 

It's set to be a busy two days, so if you are a procurement or travel buyer interested in speaking to the team and would like to book a dedicated time slot, please fill out the form below and we will get in touch! Alternatively, if you are a hosted buyer at the show, you can book your appointment through your online diary


Conference sessions not to miss!

Travel and Transport is a proud conference sponsor at Business Travel Show 2020 where you can get valuable information directly from your peers on a multitude of topics and ideas affecting the business travel industry.

You can see a list of all the sessions at the show's website, but we’d like to call your attention to three in particular:

Communication in a global travel programme 

Wednesday, February 26, 12:00-12:30

Global travel programs come with local nuances including the language, phrases and methods you use to speak to employees around the world. Hear tips on what to consider when you’re communicating with a global audience and what to think about when consolidating a global travel programme. Speakers: 

  • Joanna Altria, Global Travel Manager, Fujitsu
  • Josh Gunn, Head of U.K. Marketing, Travel and Transport Statesman

The seven deadly sins of traveller wellbeing

Thursday, February 27, 11:15-11:45

Join two of the industry’s biggest champions of traveller wellbeing in this fun, insightful session where we take an honest look at what your travellers are getting up to, how your travel programme plays a part, and give you the confidence, tools and information to change things for the better. Speakers:  

  • Dr Lucy Rattrie, Chartered Psychologist and Lecturer/Researcher
  • Carolyn Pearson, CEO, Maiden Voyage
  • Josh Gunn, Head of U.K. Marketing, Travel and Transport Statesman

Fundamentals: Communication – how to engage travellers and other stakeholders

Thursday, February 27, 14:30-15:30

Corporate travel programs get the best results when their travellers behave right because they want to, not because they have to. It all starts with a solid communications strategy. Come and find out how best to engage your internal stakeholders.

  • Nikki Fox, Global Travel Manager, Royal Bank of Canada
  • Amanda Greenwood, Marketing Specialist, Travel and Transport Statesman

If you’re at Business Travel Show, we hope to see you at stand B160 (book an appointment here) or at one of the many great sessions and events happening through the week. If you’re not able to make it this year, you can still get in on the fun by following the events at and on Twitter with live tweets from our team @TandTNews. We’ll be using the official hashtag #btshow.

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