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Published on Thursday, June 17, 2021

Business Travel Show Europe returns as in-person event

Business Travel Show Europe has announced its comeback with an in-person gathering at ExCeL London from 30 September - 1 October 2021.

It will reunite the European business travel community in-person and with supplementary online content, including educational sessions and buyer/exhibitor networking.

Thousands of corporate buyers are expected to attend with over 200 suppliers in person in a Covid-safe environment.

The exhibitor line-up so far includes Egencia, CTM, easyJet, BCD Travel, Capita Travel and Events, Booking.com, FCM, TripActions, Clarity, GETT, TravelPlanet, GWR, Travel Counsellors, ATPI, Blacklane, Riskline International SOS and more.

Business Travel Show Europe returns with a two-day, free-to-attend conference programme with  expert speaker commentary on issues such as the post-pandemic recovery, sustainability, behavioural economics, technology, TMC contracting and wellbeing.

Keynotes, the hosted buyer masterclasses and fundamental sessions will be held in-person with additional sessions available to watch online and on-demand.

New features will be added to the Airline and International Hotel Pavilions, including the Ethical Travel Trail, Wellness Clinic, Business Travel Innovation Faceoff and the BTN Innovation Zone.

Louis Magliaro, Executive VP, BTN Group, said, "It's no secret the travel industry has been amongst - if not the - hardest hit by the pandemic, especially following the UK government's decision to delay 'freedom day' from 21 June to 19 July.."

Visitor registration is open now for Business Travel Show Europe.

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