Travolution European Summit 2019 Agenda
The Travolution European Summit kicks off with an annual analysis of the key trends in the travel sector on the continent.
Travolution sister title, Travel Weekly, launch their annual Europe report. The author, Ian Taylor, will highlight some of the key findings before discussing them with a panel drawn from the report’s sponsors.
With Brexit looming and economic and political uncertainty bubbling up in many European markets, this session offers vital insight into the opportunities and challenges in some of the planet’s biggest travel markets.
Having focussed on the European market in our first session, the summit will hear from the leader of one of the continent’s biggest and most successful OTAs.
Dana Dunne switched from pioneering UK-based lowcost carrier easyJet to Barcelona-based and Opodo and GoVoyages parent eDreams ODIGEO in 2012 and has been chief executive since January 2015.
Who better to give us a C-Suite perspective on the European travel market, what Brexit might mean for the UK outbound sector, what opportunities exist for travel firms looking for growth outside of their home markets and what impact emerging technologies will have?
Intent Media has conducted exclusive research with Travolution among travel professionals about how they are using data to get closer to their customer and prospects.
Personalisation remains a huge challenge for every brand operating in travel today and the collection, analysis and use of data sits at the heart of every successful strategy.
So how is the travel sector rising to this challenge?To what extent are travel firms prioritising getting more out of data? How can brands do a better job perfecting the customer experience?
The results of our exclusive research, which delegates will see for the first time, and insight from Intent co-founder and chief executive and former Travelocity senior vice president Richard Harris will provide answers to those questions.
The travel industry is used to seeing one-time techies like Skyscanner’s Gareth Williams set up and run successful firms, but many others also go on to run their own technology suppliers having cut their teeth at the coding coal face. Often these talented individuals choose to remain behind the scenes but we’ve persuaded three to join this panel to take a deep dive into the rewards, the challenges and the opportunities of working in travel tech.
As consumers change the way they experience travel products and services, companies like OYO can occupy a greater share of the consumer’s mind space with their fast and dynamic attitude. How will the hotel industry adapt to keep up?
The digital age has created both challenge and opportunities when it comes to businesses reaching customers. The explosion of new channels has opened up exciting new ways to engage with audiences and amplify brand messages be it through Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn or via traditional media.
However, when every business has had the same idea, it’s increasingly hard to cut through the noise and stand out. We will discuss how to make space in the crowded market and set yourself apart to maximise growth for your business.
Earlier this year Sagittarius and Sitecore commissioned Travolution to conduct research among travel professionals about how their companies are approaching digital transformation and in what areas they are seeing success as well as challenges.
The results of this fascinating survey will be discussed by Sagittarius chief executive Paul Stephen who will offer his own analysis of what our report found and how travel firms need to be embracing digital transformation to stay ahead.
Is the optimism we found among respondents about how their companies are putting strategies for the future in place well founded, or are there areas that companies need to be placing a greater focus on? We’ll provide the answers.
Alice Mansergh leads a team of 180 sales consultants from Google’s Dublin headquarters who help businesses of all shapes and sizes, across industries, to market themselves to today's digital consumer.
Her job is to ensure that digital helps consumers and is a growth engine for local businesses and economies. So how does her expertise and insight into the digital economy translate to the travel industry?
With specialisms in B2C and B2B marketing, digital transformation, strategy development, organisational change, people leadership, coaching, sales, partnerships, operations at scale, investment strategy and corporate governance, Alice will provide vital insight and advice.
How will we be travelling in 2030? Will we have swapped Everest for outer space, or might we simply be on the way to greener travel and less flying across the world. We asked the experts what to expect and what they think their organisations and others need to do to prepare for these changes.