CAPA-ACTE Adelaide Aviation & Corporate Travel Summit
|08.00||Registration & Coffee|
|09.00||Chairman’s Welcome: CAPA and ACTE Outlook
Anjuna, Director Aviation, Craig Smith
|09.10||Big Picture Keynote: Driving Demand in the Visitor Economy
South Australian Tourism Commission, Chief Executive, Rodney Harrex
|10.15||Aviation Executive Panel: How the Adelaide market has boomed, but can the capacity increases be maintained?
Moderator: CAPA - Centre for Aviation, Executive Chairman, Peter Harbison
|11.00||Coffee & Networking|
|11.40||State of the SA economy, the outlook for SMEs and implications for travel
Business travel is strongly influenced by the state of the economy, and this presentation sets the scene by describing the current business and investment climate, the jobs market and the long-term prospects for SA.
South Australian Tourism Commission, Strategy & Insights Manager, Adam Stanford
|12.00||Benchmarking my program against the market
Accommodation: What's really happening locally with rates, occupancy rates, new properties and seasonality
TravelClick, Regional Vice President, Simon Williams
|12.25||Executive Panel: The Accommodation Outlook in South Australia
Moderator: 4D Consulting, General Manager, Felicity Burke
|14.00||Safety & Security Round-tables: Managing the risks of a SME workforce
Australia’s SMEs and universities are going further afield to win new business and travelling to emerging markets that often come with additional risks. As companies look to expand their operations in a rapidly-growing market issues such as cultural diversity and complex business environment pose unique challenges for organisations and their mobile workforces. In this session International SOS looks at health, security and safety considerations when preparing workers.
International SOS, Manager - Risk Services, Simon Francis
|14.40||Executive Panel: Payments & Expense best practice, what's coming online?
The convergence of finance and technology is reshaping the world of payments, and this session will cover the latest trends. From digital wallets to credit card charges, the process of buying and settling travel is changing - and everyone in the supply chain needs to prepare for the new requirements. The payments landscape is changing due to:
This session will put it all together to help corporate travel professionals navigate the changes.
Moderator: The Lido Group, Chief Operating Officer, Peter Beveridge
|15.20||Corporate Travel Innovation: Technology continues to change the face of business travel: What are the buying habits of frequent travellers?
Some of the big influencers are:
Moderator: Simpply, Partner, Harry Banga