Autumn Conference

September 23, 2021 | UK

What does the future hold for the travel industry? ? We have been living in uncertain times. The pandemic has been disastrous for the travel industry as countries have shut their borders and, where travel has been allowed, draconian isolation and testing regimes have been introduced. Nuggets of good news such as a particular destination opening up to UK travellers have been nullified by Government’s changes of heart, causing disruption for travel companies and travellers alike. However, it seems that the pandemic is starting to wind down and that COVID-19 will become just another virus we learn to live with, like flu or the common cold. It is time to look forward to the future.  We are either going to return to normal or, more likely, a new normal.  Companies and organisations across all sectors of the travel industry will be examining when and how they can return to profitability, perhaps looking for opportunities to make their businesses more efficient - lowering overheads - and more effective - better at reaching out to potential customers. How this might pan out is hard to discern. It will depend to a great extent on consumer and corporate confidence to once again book holidays or embark on business trips. Whilst no one can predict what the future holds for the travel industry, those with long-standing experience and expertise in  travel have the knowledge needed to better see into the future.  Some will have seen the industry in recession previously and learnt valuable lessons.  Others will have a deep understanding of how technology can be applied to increase profitability. With this in mind, TTI has assembled a group of speakers that can talk with authority on where the industry is heading. Attend TTI’s Autumn conference and learn for yourself about Travel Futures.

Spotlight

The National Travel and Tourism Coalition
(NTTC) seeks to engage government in the
development of a new and comprehensive
national strategy for the growth of the travel
and tourism industry in Canada in order to
realize its vision of returning Canada to one of
the top 10 ranked world travel destinations as
measured by international arrivals


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