LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lanyon, the leader in meetings, events, and travel technology, today opened its annual Converge Europe conference at London’s Hyatt Regency Churchill. Converge Europe is the only technology conference designed expressly for travel managers and hoteliers to connect in person and share insights on building meetings, events, and travel programs. Attendees include representatives from over 35 of the top financial services, technology, hospitality and professional service firms and 11 different countries.
Converge Europe’s agenda is designed to offer networking opportunities and sessions, including topics such as global trends in the hospitality and travel industries, solutions to common challenges, and new technologies to help reduce business costs.
“Our customers look to us for solutions and tools to help them orchestrate meetings, events, and travel programs with strong ROI. Converge Europe delivers on our commitment to our customers by creating a shared environment where travel professionals can come together to address their common challenges,” said Roland Tanner, Managing Director of EMEA, at Lanyon. “Hospitality and travel management professionals can expect to leave Converge Europe with insights that drive immediate results for their business.”
Those unable to join the conference in person are invited to join the conversation on Twitter by using the hashtag #Converge14 or tweeting @Lanyon.
Lanyon is the leading provider of cloud-based software for the Meetings and Events industry, and Transient Hotel Programs. Leveraging more than 40 years of industry experience, the Company enables thousands of associations, small to mid-sized businesses and enterprise organizations around the world to drive efficiency, engagement and growth from their meetings, events and travel investments. Clients include 70% of the Fortune 500, 80% of the Business Travel News Corporate Travel 100, and more than 100,000 hospitality suppliers. For more information, visit Lanyon, today.
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