Published on Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Special anniversary technology conference planned



Those wanting to brush up on technology can now sign up for the tenth anniversary edition of the Travel Technology Europe conference.


The programme of events and session in live and online at www.traveltechnologyeurope.com/conferenceprogramme .


Featuring keynote speeches, industry panel debates, practical case studies, buyer-only masterclasses and interactive events, there is something for all the 4,500 expected to attend the two day event at Earls Court on 5 and 6 February 2013.


David Chapple, event director, Travel Technology Europe said: "Travel Technology Europe is an unmissable event for anyone working in the travel industry, looking to improve their online presence, increase sales, convert browsers to bookers or enhance and streamline their admin processes."


As well as the free 'Travel Technology Advice Centre', which provides indispensable one-on-one technology guidance to visitors, the 2013 edition of Travel Technology Europe sees the return of the popular 'Tech Launch Pad'.


This is where visitors can meet the hottest new talent in travel technology and source the market's latest technology solutions.


To celebrate its ten year anniversary and in conjunction with headline sponsor Travelport, Travel Technology Europe is also launching an exclusive VIP programme of high level learning sessions, peer-to-peer networking events and unrivalled sourcing opportunities.


This is geared towards CIOs, IT Directors and revenue, distribution and ecommerce decision makers and influencers.



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