Monday 26th March, 2012
10:00am to 11:00am
Global corporations outside the GCC may dictate travel policies that are hard to enforce, manage and measure in the Middle East. Understand how a travel policy can create a base for savings for your travel programme and safeguard the service levels required in a Middle Eastern market place.
Learning Outcome: Identify the key drivers and highlight the pitfalls for developing and implementing travel policies in a unique market place. Understand regional nuances and provision for local variations.
Who should attend: Local, regional and global Travel Managers, travel bookers, buyers and suppliers of corporate travel services.
Head of Sales and Acct Management ME, HRG
Business Project Development Advisor, Al Shaqab, Doha, Qatar
Vice President Corporate Services, AECOM, Middle East
Owner and Senior Consultant, Business Travel at Severnside Consulting Ltd, Worcester, United Kingdom
Executive Director, ACTE
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