ABTA, the Travel Association will be attending the Business Travel Show for the first time, on 25-26 February at Olympia in central London.
A team of ABTA experts will be in attendance dealing with queries from current ABTA Members, explaining the benefits of joining to non-ABTA companies and why corporate travel buyers should look for ABTA Membership when selecting their travel management company.
ABTA will deliver some strong messaging about the support, protection and expertise that the Association offers both to businesses and to corporate travel buyers, via a plasma screen presentation and a specially designed leaflet.
Support – ABTA provides Members with specialist business and operational support as well as legal advice to ensure they understand legal obligations as well as how to meet provisions such as health and safety requirements.
Protection- ABTA Members must meet certain financial entry criteria and ongoing monitoring gives travel buyers the reassurance of knowing that they are dealing with a well regulated business. Members are also subject to a strict Code of Conduct providing high standards and peace of mind.
Expertise – Members receive high quality business support services, including financial protection solutions, and political lobbying on a range of issues; ABTA has helped take the lead in the lobby for a fairer air tax regime, which has already resulted in savings for business travellers.
Julie Jones, ABTA Senior Member Services Manager said: “This will be a valuable opportunity to let business travel buyers know all of the reasons why ABTA Members stand apart from their competitors and the significant benefits that come from using an ABTA Member. Travel Management Companies are an extremely important section of the ABTA membership and we are delighted to be at the Business Travel show this week offering them our support and highlighting the value of ABTA Membership.”
ABTA can be found at stand number B557 or to make an appointment e-mail email@example.com