Chaired by PA Life’s editor Jade Burke, the session will cover all things Brexit and business travel, including visas, price fluctuations and travel insurance.
This year at The PA Show, Jade Burke, editor of PA Life, will be hosting an exclusive panel session focussing on Brexit and how business travel may be affected.
Dubbed What impact will Brexit have on business travel, attendees can expect discussion points on visas, travel insurance, price fluctuations and thoughts on Brexit and how the departure from the EU may have a knock-on effect on travel.
Taking place on the Keynote Stage on the first day of the show at 11am, the panel will feature some industry experts in the field including; Mark McCullum, director of operations at Vardags and previous PA to Alexander McQueen and Gok Wan, Margaret Young, medical VA and admin trainer at Margaret Young Business Services, Mark Wilson, general manager of corporate travel at Travel Counsellors for Business and Shelley Brady, UK corporate managing director of TAG.
With Brexit weeks away and the country in a state of flux, the PA Life editorial team thought it was imperative to highlight how the travel sector may change for corporate clients.
As many assistants are left to manage the travel schedules for their boss and team members, being in the know with how the industry may evolve over the coming weeks is essential to the ever-changing role of a PA.
If you would like to take part in the discussion and expand your knowledge on Brexit and business travel, please do drop by and join the panel during the morning of February 26, at Olympia, London.
PA Life will also have a presence on the show floor on stand F160, where attendees will be able to grab the latest copy of the magazine, as well as gain an exclusive discount to join the PA Life Club.
Meanwhile, PA Life will also be hosting a networking drinks session on the Keynote Stage at 2.30pm on February 26 – if you would like to enjoy some bubbles contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space.
Don’t forget, it’s not to late to register your free place to attend. Find out more details here.