Published on Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Keynote speaker announced for Travel Technology Europe



Keynote speakers at this year's Travel Technology Europe conference include the Guardian's technology editor and author, Charles Arthur.


Arthur's address entitled 'Google: Organising the World' will be presented at 10.05am on February 5 at the event in Earls Court.


He plans to talk about how Google has come to dominate so many sectors including search, mapping, video and smartphone operating systems.


The two-day conference will feature more than 40 thought-provoking keynote speeches, industry panel debates, practical case studies, buyer-only masterclasses and interactive events.


The speakers at the 10th anniversary edition have been carefully selected to provide high quality, practical and inspirational content for Europe's top travel technology professionals.



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