COME AND SEE US
We hold and participate in regular live events for clients and prospects, from product launches and demos to industry exhibitions and conferences. They’re great opportunities to come and see us in person, so check out what’s on by scrolling down.
The Gray Dawes Lounge
30 September – 1 October, 2021
If you’re attending the Business Travel Show at London Excel and find you need a little bit of constructive quiet time, away from the noise of a busy exhibition floor, then come and join us in the Gray Dawes Lounge. We guarantee a relaxed environment with good food, drink, conversation, free lunch and much more.
The Business Travel Conference
14 – 15 September, 2021
Once again, we’ll be exhibiting at TBTC, where we’ll be sharing updates to our latest new products and services as well as taking part in except panel discussions, live on stage. Come and see us to learn more about Legacy, Podium and Passkey as well as checking out the latest enhancements to YourTrip+.
On Your Marks
27 April, 2021
Live from Loughborough University, we’ll be broadcasting our On Your Marks virtual seminar, presenting some unmissable insights and analysis of how the business travel industry will look in 2021. We’ll also unveil a trio of exciting new products designed to help you return to travel, safely and sustainability.
An Evening With Gray Dawes
21 November, 2019
Back by popular demand, our next ‘Evening With…’ is guaranteed to be the must-attend event to get the Christmas spirit flowing. With a focus on sustainability we’ll be showcasing a range of initiatives for the business traveller as well as launching some very special new services. You do not want to miss this!
LATEST FROM OUR BLOG
Oh, burnout. If you’ve experienced it, you know how crucial it is to avoid it. If you haven’t experienced it yet, you must be new ‘round here. We explore the causes of burnout for busy travel professionals and propose what you can do to get back on your feet.
With the recent news that the traffic light system is set to be scrapped in favour of a straightforward green and red list, plus the announcement from the US that they’ll be opening their borders to the UK from November, many are starting to plan their next holiday.
The GBTA (Global Business Travel Association) recently surveyed 220 travel managers in the US and Canada to ascertain how they expect the management of business travel may change following the Covid-19 pandemic.