Tourism: Travel Forward Virtual Platform Goes Live
Travel Forward Virtual platform is now live and open for all registered delegates to create professional and business profiles; connect with exhibitors, trade, media and buyers; pre-scheduled meetings, and select travel tech sessions to be watched live and on-demand.
This year’s virtual conference and exhibition are themed around the tagline of “Resilience, Innovation, Response”.
TF Virtual will be live until the 25 November, allowing attendees to familiarise themselves with the platform before the show kicks off on the 9th November, and catch up on any missed content once the virtual exhibition is over on the 11th November.
Meetings can only be conducted during the three days of the show – 9-11 November.
TF Virtual will offer travel tech professionals the opportunity to come together to recover, rebuild and innovate the travel tech industry.
The platform will embrace one-to-one meetings and networking events amongst Buyers, Exhibitors, Trade Professionals and Media.
The conference will run from 10.30 am to 6 pm each day. On the first day of TF Virtual, the keynote session with Google will look at “How Google Can Help in a Volatile Market”.
Booking.com will share its insights into the theory and practice of the connected trip and how unified processes and itinerary management can minimise friction and improve the passenger experience.
Creating the Connected Trip session will take place on the 10th November from 10:45am-11:10am.
Expedia Group will talk about changing customer expectations in the light of COVID-19 and how marketing technology can help advertisers pre-empt and prepare for the new traveller.
The Moving Target of Consumer Expectations session will take place on Wednesday 11th November 2020 from 11:50am – 12:10pm.
A panel featuring Lufthansa Group, Travelogix and Focus Travel will look at the specific role NDC can play in helping airlines recover and will take place on Wednesday 11th November from 11:10am-11:40am.
To access the platform free, register here https://travelforward.wtm.com/landing-pages/visitor-registration/