There are only ten days to go until the start of this year’s Travel Convention in Slovenia. A hot topic on everyone’s lips at the Convention will be the outcome of the Scottish referendum. Whichever way the vote goes, there are likely to be political changes afoot that will impact businesses across the UK: we will hear from Matthew d’Ancona, political columnist at the The Sunday Telegraph, about the political and economic implications of the vote.
An impressive line-up of speakers will also concentrate on the theme of "The Power of Personal”, how travel companies can learn about new trends and best practice relating to their customers’ broader experience with their company, not just on their products and customer service.
The Convention offers unrivalled networking opportunities and we have recognised this by including a number of free social events as well as networking time and an opportunity to explore the beautiful city of Ljubljana.
Our Slovenian hosts will be pulling out all the stops to ensure that Ljubljana 2014 will be an unforgettable few days and I look forward to meeting those attending. If you haven’t registered yet, there is still time to do so, go to The Travel Convention website.