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Hogg Robinson Group stages New Opportunities Technology Seminar

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International corporate travel services company, Hogg Robinson Group (HRG), today (9 October 2008) hosts its inaugural 'New Opportunities Technology Seminar' at the Microsoft Campus in Reading, England. Driving debate on cutting-edge issues, this industry event will explore technological innovation and new ways for suppliers to work together, against the current backdrop of complex market conditions in corporate travel.

Over 100 attendees representing suppliers from across the industry including air, hotel, car, rail and GDS, will have the chance to engage in discussion over the future of technology in corporate travel and how it can deliver value to all parties, from suppliers and TMCs, to programme managers and business travellers. The seminar's packed agenda includes an examination of changing market conditions and client needs, with HRG's Director of Product Development, Paul Saggar, leading a discussion about how embracing technology can create new opportunities in today's demanding climate.

Saggar said, "As corporate travel becomes ever more complex, companies are increasingly looking to technical solutions to enable better management and control, superior service to travellers and, of course, maximum return on investment."

The day will also include a presentation from thetrainline illustrating the challenges and success of integrating technology with industry partners, such as HRG, and an insight from Microsoft as to where the future potential of technology may lead.

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