Business travel professionals can now register online to attend the Business Travel Show in February 2012.
The exhibition, held at Earls Court in London, is for those in the industry to source travel, network and learn.
The Business Travel Show has this year returned to its original moniker, following a spell as the Business Travel and Meetings Show for the past two years.
David Chapple, the Business Travel Show’s event director, explained the decision: “As Europe’s leading event for the business travel industry, it makes sense for our name to focus on the core proposition rather than the individual elements of the industry and that’s why we are the Business Travel Show.”
Dropping meetings from the title does not mean it won’t be a hot topic for the show, however: “Meetings content will still be represented on the show floor and in our conference programme,” said Chapple.
This year the show expects to connect more than 6,000 buyers with some 200 suppliers, ranging from global brands to new start-ups.
The event is also host to a business travel conference programme, featuring panel debates, case studies and amsterclasses.
To sign up for the 2012 event, which will take place on February 7 and 8 next year, go to www.businesstravelshow.com.
For an exclusive interview with Chapple, where he reveals plans for the 2012 event and his recent appointment to the board of the Institute of Travel and Meetings, click here.