Travel Technology Europe, Olympia London, 22-23 February 2017Industry leaders such as Google, easyJet, WayBlazer and Contiki will deliver insightful keynote speeches at Travel Technology Europe, Olympia London, 22-23 February, as part of its extensive conference programme. Over 50 hours of conference sessions will see current and future issues, tools and opportunities discussed across the hospitality technology, marketing technology, travel technology and innovation conference zones.
Shelley Hurley, Google Cloud Business Manager, commented: “I’m looking forward to attending Travel Technology Europe as a keynote speaker where I’ll share how Google Cloud platform capabilities can be used to enable more personalised targeting and recommendations for customers, to enhance their experiences. I’ll be in the Innovation Conference theatre on 23rd February at 2.40pm.”
Keynote speakers include:
• Terry Jones, chairman of WayBlazer: Why AI and why now?
• Alexis Sitaropoulos, Contiki: Thinking like a publisher - how Contiki is mastering this
• Shelley Hurley, Google Cloud Business Manager: Using Google’s Cloud platform to make your business smarter
• Daniel Young, Digital Development Manager for Mobile, easyJet: How easyJet is acing mobile
• Phil Barden, Managing Director, Decode Marketing: Why people buy and how to get them to do it more
• Michael Jaconi, Founder & CEO, Button and Thierry Bedos, Chief Technology Officer, Hotels.com: Smaller screens, bigger bookings
Hospitality influencers Hotels.com and Button team up to create the mobile solution customers now want and will be sharing with the audience their view of the future of the connected customer. The show also hosts a Hospitality Tech Showcase focusing on this sector with over 30 exhibitors.
Another leader of the travel technology industry, who will be flying in from America to speak as a keynote, is Terry Jones, chairman of WayBlazer, founder of Travelocity and founding chairman of Kayak. Terry will deliver his keynote on how Artificial Intelligence (AI) will drive the next revolution in travel and why travel companies must embrace them to survive the next few years.