DataArt Question Time event: Digital transformation in travel

Travel brands have to accept that change is a constant rather than a one-off, as they bid to ride the evolution of both the consumer behaviour and technology.

Combining these factors with merger and acquisition activity or simply trying to keep up with the competition means companies have digital transformation as a regular agenda item.

In our latest Question Time event in London, you can ask our panel of experts how their brands have tackled such issues and what this relentless drive to keep evolving means for the industry as a whole.

The annual DataArt Question Time event is back in London on Thursday 22 June 2017, 6pm to 9pm.

Sticking to the BBC format, you can send your questions in advance for our panel of experts on the night.

The panellists:

  • Hilary Roberts, senior product manager for flights, Skyscanner
  • Adam Gill, IT director at Dnata Travel
  • Joanna Dobson, senior director for UK & Ireland at Carlson Wagonlit Travel
  • Paul Saggar, chief information officer at Capita Travel and Events
  • Phil Scully, chief technology officer at Whitbread
  • Alex Shchedrin, vice president DataArt

Moderated by:

  • Kevin May, senior editor and co-founder at Tnooz


How to apply for a ticket:

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About the Writer :: Kevin May

Kevin May was a co-founder and member of the editorial team from September 2009 to June 2017.



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  1. Charlotte Lamp Davies

    Really excited to host another one of these. Thanks to Tnooz for the support and Kevin May for moderating. A stellar line up and a topic which promises to create great conversation on the night. See you there.


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