Panel line-up complete for “vision conference”

Session will conclude third WTM Vision Conference-London

The World Travel Market has completed the executive panel for its Vision Conference-London with senior representation from TUI, easyJet, and Expedia. The event is part of a mid-year, half-day conference for travel industry senior delegates to get the latest research, information, and opinions to help them run their businesses. The first session sees the global research company Euromonitor International give delegates a detailed insight into the travel and tourism industry by unveiling its report, the Travel Industry Global Overview. Usually readers must pay the equivalent of around €1200 to see the report, but it will be given out free to all conference delegates.
The London panel session is held on April 19 at 1 Wimple Street, London. The full program of Vision conferences is: April 4, Moscow; April 19, London; May 1, Dubai; May 10, Shanghai; May 18, Florence.
[pictured: Vision Conference in 2011; courtesy WTM]


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