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ABTA to host Business Travel Executive Forum and Cocktail Reception in Lagos on 11 June 2013

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The event will feature keynote sessions delivered by the country’s foremost experts on business travel, addressing the current trends, challenges and opportunities within the West African Airline Industry.
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - Delegates from across the country will be visiting Lagos on 11 June 2013 for the ABTA Business Travel Executive Forum and Cocktail Reception being hosted at The Wheatbaker Hotel.

This event is aimed at companies who send staff on business travel throughout Africa and across the globe, as well as the region’s leading TMC’s, Travel Agents, Airlines, Hotels, Travel Press and more.

The event will feature keynote sessions delivered by the country’s foremost experts on business travel, addressing the current trends, challenges and opportunities within the West African Airline Industry, practical solutions for day to day difficulties faced when moving travellers around Africa, updates on the business travel best practice in other African hubs, and a round table open industry discussion on supplier and customer relationship management.

The event will end with a Networking Cocktail Reception hosted by The Wheatbaker Hotel.

“We are extremely excited to be visiting Lagos again in June,” said ABTA Founder Monique Swart. “This region is always so extremely vibrant, pulsing with opportunities, and we are looking forward to providing some high class educational content and networking opportunities to assist local industry professionals in keeping their finger on the pulse of the Nigerian business travel industry.”

Delegates attending this event will walk away with some key insights into:
  • The current trends, challenges and opportunities within the West African Airline Industry
  • Updates on IATA, BSP and Airline Safety Standards
  • Best practice in interactions between Clients, TMC’s, Agents and Suppliers
  • How the African business travel industry operates in relation to global standards.
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