Aviation and maritime minister Robert Courts has been confirmed as the headline speaker at TTG’s Agenda 2021 Q1 seminar.
The event will take place on the afternoon of March 25, and builds on the success of TTG’s two-day Agenda 2021 conference in December.
Agenda 2021: The Travel Restart will once again see TTG partner with PwC, with the release of exclusive new research into consumer and trade behaviour and a full report released to all delegates.
Panels will explore how confident the industry is of a strong summer; whether the pent up demand for travel will be realised this year; what the travel experience will look like; whether holidays will be more costly – and whether consumers are prepared to pay for them if so. A dedicated cruise panel will also examine the cruise restart, and what comes next for international cruising.
In addition to the aviation and maritime minister, confirmed speakers include:
• Emma Gilthorpe, chief operating officer, Heathrow
• David Trunkfield, hospitality and leisure leader, PwC UK
• Bob Sanguinetti, chief executive, Chamber of Shipping
• Brian Salerno, senior vice-president maritime policy, Clia
“This is a must attend for anyone wanting to understand the lay of the land and what the consumer intent and appetite for travel is, as well as the trade’s approach to the restart, as we emerge from this crisis,” said Daniel Pearce, CEO of TTG Media.
“Since we introduced TTG+ last year we have committed to bringing our growing community of members unrivalled industry-leading content. We’re proud to continue this with the latest Agenda 2021 seminar, where we will once again be grilling the government about the latest travel measures and how we can really get travel restarted this summer.”
View the full conference agenda by clicking here.
TTG+ members can register to attend Agenda 2021 here.