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All new business travel technologies at Mibexpo Russia

Business travel market demonstrates a 20% growth every year. Russia is no exception — the number of business trips and corporate events has been significantly increasing in recent years. We can state that these indicators have been returned to the pre-crisis level. It is very important to be aware of modern trends and new MICE technologies today, and to use them in the everyday work. The modern MICE trends will be highlighted by Anatoly Kuryumov, CEO of IBC Corporate Travel, in his report on «Global business travel trends and new technologies of corporate travel and events market» at the international business travel conference Mibexpo Russia that will take place on September, 20 2012.

Anatoly Kuryumov will speak about how the objectives of Travel Management Companies (TMC) have been changed in recent years, what innovations are used in the infrastructure market, and what global trends in this regard are observed. He will also show the examples of such innovations, like low cost phenomenon and profitability management changes of regular carriers, changes in system and sales channels of International hotel chains and Russian hotels, the development of intermodal transportation and the role of railways in this process, new industries emerging after MICE sales drop, etc.

Corporate and business travel customers have learned how to save during the years of stagnation. Business trips and events budgets show significant decline. What does a business trip mean for a corporate client and how much is the company ready to invest? In what projects and products does the market invest today? The report will show the results of the investments: aggregators and online reservation systems, video conferences and mobile technologies.

You will get the answers on these and many other questions attending the International Conference Mibexpo Russia on 20 September 2012.