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New keynote speakers unveiled for Travel Technology Europe

Thomas Cook, Momondo and Low Cost Holidays join the line up

There’s just two weeks to go until 2016’s edition of Travel Technology Europe (TTE) and almost all the speakers at conference sessions have now been unveiled.
Adding to the stellar line up are experts in technology transformation, online start-ups, digital change, tour operating, marketing consultancy and a new key note session with Hugo Burge, CEO of Momondo, the parent company of Cheapflights. 

Newly announced speakers and panellists talking in conference sessions alongside 100 expert exhibitors include:
• Four of the travel and hospitality technology sector’s IT leaders debating the hottest topics in the industry at CTO Question Time at 10am on Wednesday 24 February 2016. Panellists are David Allison, senior director technology,; Alan French, group IT director, Thomas Cook Group; Francesco de Marchis, CTO, Low Cost Holidays and Dag Skage, CIO, Norwegian   

• An interview with the former sales and marketing director of Thomas Cook, Marco Ryan, looking at how technology played a part in making the business slicker and more targeted. Ryan’s big interview take’s place at 4pm on Wednesday 24 February 2016  

• Keynote speech from CEO of Momondo, Hugo Burge, addressing the development of travel search, the role of technology in selling travel and consolidation in the OTA sector at 10am on Thursday 25 February 2016  

Plus, there are over 20 further speaker and panel sessions where travel and hospitality technology experts will share their experiences, insight and expertise in how to maximise technology to deliver business success. All of the conference sessions are free to attend – sign up at  

Travel Technology Europe will take place on 24 and 25 February 2016 at the Olympia Exhibition Centre in London.

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