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As vaccines take effect and employees return to the road, there are many duty of care considerations. Expert input is needed to create safeguards and emergency procedures in case the worst happens. What are the legal, safety, data and HR questions you must be prepared to answer?

Register now for this 45-minute BTN Europe In the Know webinar, with content developed and sponsored by TripActions. In this session, a panel of experts who have been travelling throughout the pandemic or advising companies on the legal and security implications of such, will answer the following questions:

  • How do you ensure travellers are not sick before they travel?
  • What do you do if travellers get sick on the road?
  • How do you ensure travellers follow testing/quarantine protocols when they return home?
  • How can companies support employees and their families when they are travelling?



Louise Kilgannon, Consultant, Festive Road
Sarah Balzani-Matulik, Security Manager, International SOS
Joanna Kolatis, Director, Themis Advisory Ltd

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Meeting the Expectations of Gen Z TravellersWed, May 27, 2020 12:00 PM CESTWatch Now

As Gen Z begins to hit the road on business travel for their new employers, how are they influencing managed travel programmes and services and how are travel managers adapting programs to meet their needs? They may be the youngest additions to the business travel base, but they are already the largest consumer segment, outpacing even millennials in 2020. Having grown up with mobile phones, the internet and social media, they often have different expectations for their personal AND business travel and booking experiences.

Join this 60-minute BTN Europe Thought Leadership webinar, sponsored by Uber for Business, to hear travel managers, suppliers and generational experts discuss the growing influence of this expanding segment of travelers. They will provide suggestions for how travel programmes can best address expectations related to choice, personalisation and instant access to options, as well as how this impacts the employee/traveller experience and supplier use/choices.