The Future Of Airline Merchandizing In Corporate Travel

Travel management companies are offering customers all the airfares and optional services an airline can muster. Tech firms are facilitating it. The economics make room for all parties. Even corporate buyers have returned to their day jobs.

This is not 2011.

At some point, though, one would think optional services will be available. So what will that look like? How will it change things? At The Beat Live Sept. 19-21, we'll put aside the day's clashes and imagine the other side. Former airline distribution executive Al Lenza joins current airline distribution executive Graham Wareham of Air Canada, United merchandizing strategy director Maria Walter and Airline Information co-founder Roger Williams to discuss The Future Of Airline Merchandizing in the corporate market.

Register today for The Beat Live

Our early-bird rate expires Aug. 18!

The Future Of Airline Merchandizing will cap a busy Sept. 20 at The Beat Live, including a keynote by Amadeus EVP for Commercial Philippe Chérèque, interview of Carlson Wagonlit Travel President for Suppliers, Products and Technology Andrew Winterton and 'Hot Seat' quizzing of Concur Chairman and CEO Steve Singh.

Check out our full agenda here:

The Beat Live

And don't forget, you can attempt to earn free admission and a speaking gig by submitting a pitch in our Keynote Vote.

See you in Vegas! [more]