EIBTM Forum marks start of 25th show

EIBTM's 25th anniversary show is launching today with its new Forum and Networking events.

EIBTM is in its 25th year in 2012
EIBTM is in its 25th year in 2012
The EIBTM Forum kicks off the show – which officially opens tomorrow (27 November) – with a keynote session from Harvard University lecturer in public leadership Barbara Kellerman. 

The Forum at the Fira Montjuic, in Barcelona city centre, will include the presentation from Kellerman, ranked by Forbes.com as one of the "Top 50 Business Thinkers", as well as the EIBTM lifetime achievement award.

It will be followed by a networking session at the Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona for hosted buyers, exhibitors and invited guests.

This year's show also includes a business travel pavilion for the first time, as well as its established technology village and event services village.

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