Kenyon VP of Operations to Speak at International Travel Crisis Management Summit
London, 2 November 2016 - Robert Rowntree, Vice President of Operations at Kenyon International Emergency Services, will take part in one of several discussion panels at the inaugural International Travel Crisis Management Summit (ITCMS). Mr. Rowntree will be joined by thought leaders from industries including travel, hospitality, financial services, government and more at Haberdashers Hall on Thursday, 10th November. The discussion topics will address the growing needs of the travel and tourism industry that has been subject to an increasing number of natural and man-made crises.
Mr. Rowntree will use case studies to explain the steps organizations can take toward being prepared for any crisis and practical ways to effectively manage the response: Plan, Train, Exercise, Respond.
For interested travel and tourism professionals, tickets for the ITCMS are still available. The £249 ticket price includes the full-day conference, as well as full hospitality and a drinks reception. Register today at: http://www.itcms.travel/
The ITCMS is organized by Connecting Travel and is part of Jacobs Media Group, Europe’s largest travel and hospitality business-to-business media company. Most importantly the ITCMS will bring the government and the travel sector together to present a shared vision.
About Kenyon International Emergency Services, Inc.
Kenyon is the international leader in worldwide disaster management, providing pre-incident crisis planning and post-emergency response services on behalf of the world’s foremost companies. Privately owned, Kenyon remains the only firm in its business with a hundred year history, comprehensive resources, and experience in every type of mass fatality accident including aviation, industrial and natural disasters, war and terror attacks. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Kenyon has offices or facilities in Sydney, Australia; Bracknell, UK; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; and Beirut, Lebanon.
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