2020 Business Travel Events Worth Attending
Business travel spend is on track to be over one trillion dollars by 2020 – and with the surge of new millennial business travelers hitting the business world and demands for immediacy at an all-time high, the business travel world is a lucrative one that businesses should stay on top of. To keep abreast of the newest trends in business travel, consider attending one of these 2020 business travel events and conferences:
February 19-21, 2020
Being held at the luxurious Gaylord Palms & Resort Conference Center in Kissimmee, Florida, the Connect Business Travel event is an opportunity for corporate travel executives and high-level suppliers to meet and network face to face. Along with key educational tracks including ways to manage teams in the ever-changing business travel landscape, the Connect Business Travel event would be well worth your time.
April 26-28, 2020
An annual event offering attendees the opportunity to meet directly with vendors and preferred partners, the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) Global Summit will be held in New York City in 2020 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel. Drawing attendees from over twenty international countries, feedback is that countless ways to network, learn, and stay involved in business travel trends are available.
July 25-29, 2002
The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) annual convention will be held in Denver, Colorado in 2020. Boasting over 7,000 attendees, the GBTA Convention is one of the largest events of its kind and offers educational and professional development sessions spread over four days. In addition, vendors attend in droves to network and showcase their wares and offerings in the exhibit space.
Whatever plans you’re considering for 2020 business travel events, we would suggest you plan out your attendance sooner rather than later. With the swiftness that the marketplace is evolving, you can’t afford to miss staying ahead of the business travel game. And don’t forget to use Dav El | BostonCoach for your ground transportation to, from, and around these conventions – why trust anyone else with your comfort and safety?