Workshop 17 March 2017

GBTA Workshop | Sandton
17 March 2017

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Join top business travel professionals and enjoy GBTA’s unparalleled education and networking opportunities that will be available at our workshop.

Our sessions for this workshop include:

  • How to ensure you are meeting your Duty of Care responsibilities
  • Unpacking your Meetings Incentives Conference and Events’ portfolio to unlock additional opportunities, controls and savings.
  • How the Traveler Experience and the Sharing Economy will be impacting your Travel Policy in 2017

Session 1:

How to ensure you are meeting your Duty of Care responsibilities

The GBTA Foundation launched the Travel Risk Management Maturity Model (TRM3™) to help companies evaluate their risk management program and identify opportunities for improvement. This session will highlight what every travel manager should do to ensure they are meeting their Duty of Care responsibilities.

 

Nicole Fonzari – Cummins
Amorah Nyawo – MTN

Howard Stephens –
GBTA

Session 2:

Unpacking your Meetings Incentives Conferences and Events’ portfolio to unlock additional opportunities, controls and savings.

Our panel discussion will answer questions and highlight important aspects like your Duty of Care responsibility when managing your MICE portfolio, what controls can be put in place when trying to cut costs and how to apply the same savings opportunities and principles as corporate travel management.

Samantha Frank  – Pink Mosquito
Thulani Mahamba-Sithole
– TigerBrands
Phale Naake
– Department of Labour
Jacqueline Stumke
– PCO Alliance Network
Rudi van der Vyver
– SAACI CEO
Claude Vankeirsbilck
– Tourvest

Session 3:

How the Traveler Experience and the Sharing Economy will be impacting your Travel Policy in 2017

GBTA’s latest survey found that the number of businesses allowing their employees to use ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft has increased by nearly 15% since June. Over the same period, the share permitting workers to book lodging through Airbnb and similar services increased 20%. Yet despite that growth, half of corporate travel policies still don’t explicitly allow employees to use ride-hailing apps, and 70% make no mention of using home-rental services. This session uncovers whether organisations are changing travel policy to include Uber and Airbnb as approved suppliers and if companies can afford to ignore the benefits of the Sharing Economy.

 

Pascalle Albrecht – Nedbank
Monique Diez – Sabre
Alan Low – Purchasing Index
Leanne Margo – First Car Rental
Maureen Masuku – Rand Merchant Bank
Shiraz Sarang – Nedbank

Agenda:

07h30 to 08h50   Networking includes coffee and pastries
08h50 to 09h00   Welcome
09h00 to 10h00  ‘Duty of Care’ Session
10h00 to 10h05    Quick Comfort Break
10h05 to 11h20    ‘MICE’ Session
11h20 to 11h30     Quick Comfort Break
11h30 to 12h45    ‘Travel Policy’ Session
12h45 to 13h15     Thanks, Prize giving and Finger lunch

Delegate Fees:
Member Buyer – Free
Supplier Member – R 350
Non-member Buyer – R 350
SAACI Member – R 350
Non-member Supplier – R 650

Thank you to Nedbank for sponsoring the Workshop

 

 


Venue: Nedbank 135 Rivonia Road, Sandton

Parking:
Parking entrance on Rivonia Road  D  Block

ID, Drivers License, or Passport compulsory to gain access at reception
Parking will be complimentary