|June 15, 2015|
Travel Buyers Debate 'Managing Your TMC' At London Chambers Chatter Forum
|'Managing Your TMC' is the topic to be debated at Chambers Travel Group's forthcoming Chambers Chatter seminar for existing and potential clients as well as industry partners, consultants and key suppliers in London next month.|
The Chatter forum will consider questions such as: What do you want from your TMC? What can you do to enable your TMC to provide the best service? What policies should you have in place to ensure your TMC delivers? The event takes place on July 9th at The Marylebone Hotel, starting at 19.30 hours with pre- and post-seminar networking opportunities. Around 30 guests are expected to attend.
Launched by Chambers Travel Group in May 2014, Chambers Chatter is an ongoing initiative designed to encourage learning and discussion among travel buyers and industry professionals via a series of insightful thought-leadership forums. Chatter events have already taken place in London, Berlin and Amsterdam. In addition Chamber Chatter presentations ran throughout the Business Travel Show in February this year.
"Chambers is committed to educational development and peer debate within the industry and for that reason we established Chambers Chatter last year to encourage knowledge sharing and discussion on relevant topics and trends," said Chris Thelen, CEO, Chambers Travel Group.
"We have already held successful Chatter events in London, Amsterdam and Berlin, which were very well received by our clients, suppliers and partners. This will be the second Chatter event in London and we are looking forward to a healthy debate."
Chambers Travel Group
Chambers Travel Group is a leading pan-European TMC headquartered in London with offices in Czech Republic, France, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland. Following an acquisition agreement in 2014, Chambers became the European anchor for Corporate Travel Management (CTM) one of Australia's largest global TMCs. Chambers' UK turnover for 2013/14 was £146 million; global turnover as part of CTM is £1.4billion.