18 February 2019
Riskline is pleased to attend the Business Travel Show 2019 in London from 20 to 21 February.
The Business Travel Show (BTS) is the business travel industry’s largest exhibition and conference in Europe. Held in London for the past 20 years, this international event will bring together over 9,000 business travel professionals and buyers from across the globe, for educational masterclasses, exclusive industry announcements and to meet with the world’s leading suppliers on the exhibitor floor.
We are excited to be among the more than 220 suppliers that will be exhibiting at the London BTS. The exhibition floor gives an opportunity for suppliers like us to network with buyers, preserve relationships with existing clients, announce new products and services, as well as generate new leads.
For corporations – large, small and everything in between – duty of care (DoC) is critical within the context of business travel, as employers are legally and morally required to ensure their employees’ well-being, security and safety while they are working, whether in their home country, at a remote worksite or abroad. In London, buyers will discover how our key risk-assessment service can become a fundamental part of their duty of care packet. Our live demos will present how we deliver verified and analysed real-time risk assessments and travel advisories that business professionals from a wide range of industries can trust. As a leading travel risk management company in operation since 2007, we have been grateful to partner and work with small business and Fortune 500 companies over the past decade. Now, we are eager to bring our world-class travel risk intelligence services to a whole new clientele.
And that’s not all. We will also be showcasing our new City Safety Maps: a service launched in late 2018 that brings unique street-level safety and security information to business travellers, a first in the industry.
You can register for a free visitor pass here. See you on the expo floor at Stand B165!
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