Every year, ITT organises a variety of popular events which enable Members to learn more about their industry at the same time as networking in both formal and informal settings.
Annual events include: the Members-only overseas Conference, President’s Dinner, Golf Tournament, Chairman’s Summer Cocktails and Christmas Cocktails.
Throughout the year ITT runs Odyssey Suppers at the House of Commons and a session at World Travel Market. ITT endeavours to find different ways to satisfy the increasing need for events.
ITT networking events are extremely popular and tend to sell out very quickly. New events are being added all the time so keep checking this section of the website for updates.
ITT Odyssey Supper
19 September 2019
02 October 2019
ITT President's Dinner
31 October 2019
ITT Members Lounge at World Travel Market
04 November 2019
13 November 2019
05 December 2019
ITT Christmas Party
09 December 2019
04 September 2019
07 August 2019
ITT Summer Party & Student Awards
18 July 2019
10 July 2019
ITT Conference 2019
10 June 2019
Come along to ITT’s Odyssey Supper on 6 February for an evening of networking and social fun. Once government offices, the five-star Conrad St James Hotel in central London is steeped in history and makes the perfect venue for what is set to be a fantastic event.
You will be welcomed with networking drinks, followed by an informal three-course dinner. The event also includes an after-dinner talk from Andrew Botterill, Executive Chairman, Travcorp Holdings Ltd (holidaygems and Destination2), so you can learn directly from his experiences and ensure you deploy the optimum strategies for driving business profitability.
With years of experience in senior positions, Andrew has a proven record of driving growth in multi-million pound travel companies. Between 2014 and 2017, Andrew successfully integrated the largest parts of dnata Travel UK, encompassing Travel2, The Global Travel Group, Gold Medal Travel and Simply/Pure Luxury, to yield a £36m EBITDA in 36 months. As CEO of Stella Travel Services UK (2008-2014), he successfully turned around the loss-making entities within the UK business and appointed a new team to drive growth and re-engage with 2500 travel partners. During the period 1999 to 2007, he transformed The Global Travel Group into a sustainable business and increased revenue from £150 up to £350m.