ITM conference to welcome KPMG, BBC and UBS

The Institute of Travel and Meetings (ITM) annual conference in May will feature industry advice from corporates including UBS, KPMG and British Airways.

ITM conference to welcome KPMG, BBC and UBS
ITM conference to welcome KPMG, BBC and UBS

ITM Intelligence 2012, hosted by BBC News newsreader Huw Edwards, is sponsored by ATP Corporate Travel, part of ATPI Group.
 
The conference will focus on industry trends and challenges, with debates from business leaders, networking and gadget reviews.

The main conference session, featuring British Airways, UBS, and KPMG, will tackle issues including evaluation and bench marking, purchasing and the UK’s Bribery Act.

ATPI’s group sales director Adam Knights said: "Packed full of opportunities to share best practise, engage with other industry leaders and hear from people outside our field who have a track record in delivering the best possible performance, the conference promises to be a must-attend for any travel and meetings professional. We are thrilled to sponsor a moderator of Huw Edwards’ calibre for this event."

The conference takes place in Manchester from 21–23 May 2012 and features keynote speakers including Olympic coach Frank Dick and former athlete Steve Cram MBE.

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