ABTA offers 10% off 2022 events to celebrate schedule launch

The events programme for the first half of 2022 has been unveiled, with a host of opportunities to stay up-to-date on key industry developments. 

ABTA - The Travel Association is celebrating the launch of its first-half 2022 events schedule, hosting a wealth of high-quality learning, insight and strategy opportunities for businesses of all sizes. 

A 10% discount is available on all bookings made before January 31, 2022 when using the code ABTAJAN22 at checkout. The events are open to all members of the travel industry with reduced rates available for ABTA Members and Partners. 

The programme blends in-depth conferences and training days, including 'Delivering Sustainable Travel' on March 2, 'Travel Marketing' on May 4 and 5, and 'Complaints Handling for Travel' on May 11, 2022.

Business support webinars are available for free for ABTA members and partners, with non-members able to pay to attend. The webinars include 'Mental Health Training for Travel Workforces' on January 19 and 'Diversity and Inclusion in Travel' on February 2, 2022. 

Additional events and dates are expected throughout the year. 

ABTA’s head of events, Eve Coburn, said: “The new year brings us a new chance to brush up on our knowledge and skills. ABTA’s events offer additional support to Members, as well as the opportunity for professionals in the travel industry to foster business growth by getting up to date insights and advice from key specialists and leaders.”

Explore the entire schedule and register at www.abta.com/abtaevents.

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