ABTA puts coronavirus and ecotourism at the top of the agenda for Spring events
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ABTA has unveiled its schedule for its Spring 2020 Regional Business Meetings programme. Topics for discussion will include the impact Coronavirus, sustainable tourism, Brexit and an update on legal issues affecting the industry.
The Spring meetings will take place in 11 locations across the country between March and May and are free for ABTA Members and Partners to attend. This is an opportunity for stakeholders to voice their concerns, ask questions and discuss the latest developments.
Mark Tanzer, chief executive of ABTA said: “The Regional Business Meetings are an important opportunity to discuss hot topics affecting the industry right now, but there is so much more to these events. It is a chance to ask questions to our industry specialists, give feedback and get the latest insights. Because these meetings take place all over the country, we get to discuss what is going on locally. For us at ABTA, this year’s Spring meetings are also a chance to personally thank and raise a glass to our Members for all we have achieved together in the last 70 years.”
The travel association is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year and the Regional Business Meetings will mark this milestone with a glass of champagne and commemorative certificates given to Members who have been at the association the longest. Some examples are Pall Mall Travel, Althams Travel Service and DER Touristik, who have been ABTA Members since 1950.
ABTA will also provide an update on media campaigns such as Travel With Confidence, which aims to support the industry’s busiest sales period. Members will find out more about membership exclusive benefits, including ABTA’s Single Payment Scheme, an efficient and cost-effective service that is the travel industry’s first and largest direct debit system.