LBC’s Tom Swarbrick to moderate Travel Matters

LBC’s Tom Swarbrick will moderate ABTA’s annual Travel Matters conference this year as Global becomes the official Media Partner.

Travel Matters is taking place on Wednesday 26 June 2019 at One Great George Street in Westminster, London, with the theme for this year’s conference being ‘A Vision for the Next Decade’.

The event will have around 250 travel VIPs, including CEOs and executive directors, national and trade press representatives, Government officials and politicians. It offers the travel industry a platform and a voice in current affairs.

Mark Tanzer Chief Executive of ABTA – The Travel Association said: “We look forward to another well attended Travel Matters conference. This year our theme ‘A Vision for the Next Decade’ will allow us to discuss the issues most important to travel businesses in the next ten years as we look to the future of our industry.”

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  1. Mr Boltar says

    Hope they’ll have strong coffee there – the man is the audio equivalent of drying paint. Still, probably just whats needed on the night show to get people to sleep.

    1. superbike999 says

      I was hoping he’d left LBC to join snowflake radio. Come back Ian Collins

      1. Mr Boltar says

        Ian Collins is doing the breakfast show on BBC Kent these days with the occasional fill in on talkRadio.

  2. Mark Budgen says

    Snorybrick is typical Global – bland, privately educated and with nothing to say, albeit being able to recite the Tory manifesto backwards.

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