FREE Webinar – Discussing the Outlook and Challenges for Business Travel
Wednesday August 19th
2.00pm to 3.00pm AEST
Travel will need active management again in the near future. Volumes will be down but the risks and complexities will be greater. Travel managers should arm themselves with knowledge. In this webinar, four experts will speak frankly about the scenarios, challenges, risks and opportunities that lie ahead.
On the Future of the Travel Industry
Dr. David Beirman, PhD, Senior Lecturer University of Technology Sydney
Over a 30 year career including many positions in the travel industry prior to academia, David has become a leading expert on travel industry developments, and a keynote speaker at conferences all over the world. He has provided crisis and recovery management consultation to many governments and businesses in Australia and overseas.
On the Future of Airlines and Aviation
Dr. Atat Li-Kim-Mui, PhD (Cantab), MBA (Sydney), GAICD, MD ARPOS Consulting
Atat is an internationally renowned business strategist and advisor to industry. Much of his work over the past 25 years has been assisting senior management to plan and structure for change, using data science and advanced analytics, particularly in the aviation industry. He has worked at the board level with many airlines.
On the Future of TMCs, OBTs and Distribution
Tony O’Connor, MD of Butler Caroye and Airocheck, Lecturer at Swinburne University, Regional Director of GBTA
Tony has run the independent Butler Caroye travel management consultancy since 1998 and has managed over 150 tenders and other projects for major corporates and government departments. He is a well-known writer, presenter and commentator here and overseas, and takes an analytical torch to the past, present and future of the supply chain.
On Travel Risk Management in a Changed World
Tony Ridley, MD Enterprise Security Risk Management
Tony is the best known travel risk management expert in the region. He has advised and worked with many companies and government bodies over the years, and has designed, developed, managed and reviewed travel risk management systems used by millions of travellers. He is currently completing a Masters of Science in Security and Risk Management.