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Final two speakers complete outstanding line-up for The Travel Convention

The Sunday Telegraph’s political columnist, Matthew d’Ancona, will take to the stage in Ljubljana just days after the all-important Scottish Independence Referendum that will settle the future of the United Kingdom; and Nishma Robb, Head of Marketing for Large Customers at Google, will share the visions that are on Google's agenda for the next five years and suggest the key areas that should be on ours.

Battleground 2015: Mathew d’Ancona will look ahead to next May’s General Election and tell us what the big beasts in the Westminster jungle are really planning as they swing into battle.

What's Your Five Year Plan? Acceleration is key to any business and in an increasingly digital and competitive world, the development of new tools, services and products will be vital for any business to operate effectively at pace in this ever changing world. Google’s Nishma Robb will ask if you have a clear vision of where you will be in 2020 and what’s your plan until the end of the decade.

This year's Travel Convention App, sponsored by Intuitive, is now available to download. The App includes the facility for delegates to communicate with each other before, during and after the event. This new feature will assist delegates to get the most of their time at the Convention.

Mark Tanzer ABTA Chief Executive “Sunday Telegraph columnist Mathew d’Ancona and Google Head of Marketing for Large Customers, Nishma Rob complete an already impressive line-up of speakers for The Travel Convention in Ljubljana later this month. I would encourage delegates attending to download the Convention App which gives them the ability to communicate with each other before, during and after the event to maximise the business and networking benefits.”

The full line up of business sessions is now available on The Travel Convention Website, via the Convention App and in the digital Convention Programme.

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