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Speaker line-up at the Ultratravel Forum 2017

Luxpo and Ultratravel Forum | 16 March 2017 | @ttgmedia

Join ttgluxury for Luxpo and the Ultratravel Forum on May 22 at The Savoy in London
Luxpo, the unique independent showcase for luxury travel agents and suppliers, will take place in the morning with a series of one-to-one meetings. Click here to find out more about who will be attending.

To take part in Luxpo, please contact April Hutchinson at

In the afternoon, the Ultratravel Forum in partnership with ttgluxury will see respected and innovative luxury travel speakers take to the stage to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing our sector today.


Etihad Airways

Jennifer Cronin

Niccolo Hotels & Marco Polo Hotels

Stefan Leser

Jumeirah Group

Duncan O'Rourke

Accor Hotels

Simon Palethorpe


Richard Singer


Plus Keynote Speaker David Mattin

Head of Trends & Insights


David has more than 12 years experience in writing and speaking about technological, social and cultural change. He will give his expert insight into trends across a variety of industries and how luxury businesses can ensure they are adapting to this consumer insight.

Read more about our speakers and check out the programme here.

This full day of luxury travel at The Savoy will culminate in the 2017 Ultimate Luxury Travel Related Awards, or ULTRAs. At this awards dinner, runners-up and winners of the ULTRAs - as voted for by the readers of Ultratravel and partner newspaper, The Daily Telegraph – are announced at a star-studded ceremony.

Book your tickets at:

We will look forward to seeing you on May 22.

Kind regards,

April Hutchinson
Editor, ttgluxury


TTG Media Limited
Friars House, 160 Blackfriars Road
London SE1 8EZ

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