20/20 Business Travel Vision Series

Webinar #1

What’s Happening,
What’s Coming, and
How Do I Get Prepared?

Featuring
Mark Williams
GoldSpring Consulting

JANUARY 25, 2017

1:00pm (Eastern)
and Convention Cen

AU

Registrations are limited,
so reserve your space now
to make sure you don’t
miss this informative event!

 

Presented by:

Teplis Travel - Member of the Frosch Travel Group

Questions?

Joni Doiron
Direct: (678) 420-2543
Mobile: (402) 881-1747
Toll-Free: (800) 950-2950
joni.doiron@teplis.com

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Join us for a detailed Discussion with Travel Industry Veteran, Mark Williams, as we Focus on Strategies for Achieving Travel Program Success:


Discussion topics:

•  Prioritizing the Traveler Experience in 2017
•  Managing Direct Sales by Airlines/Hotels
•  Best Practices for Capturing Bookings Outside of the TMC Platform
•  Understanding the Impact of the Multi-Generational Mix of Employees
•  Hotel Negotiations in a Challenging Environment
•  Real Threats in your Duty of Care Solution
•  Continuing Globalization Trends
•  Virtual Card Issues and Potential Solutions

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Mark Williams is the founding partner of GoldSpring Consulting, an independent travel consultancy specializing in the practice of improving travel management for corporations and other organizations. Primary services include travel management strategy, drafting and implementation of travel policies, airline, hotel, and ground transportation sourcing and program management as well as outsourced travel management. Mark has responsibility for operations as well as additional responsibilities in sales, client delivery, and administration. Prior to starting GoldSpring in January 2014, Mark was a Principal at Advito, the consulting division of BCD Travel. Previous roles include work in the Business Transformation Outsourcing practice at IBM where he was responsible for client-facing activities of the travel practice, including the development and implementation of strategic sourcing. Mark has 25 years of experience in Business Travel Management. He gained this experience beginning in the late 1980s working for WorldTravel Partners, followed by 10 years as the Director of Travel for Price Waterhouse and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Prior to his work in travel management, Mark worked for Price Waterhouse in the tax practice where he was responsible for federal and state income tax planning for several major corporate and individual clients. He began his career in the front office of the Atlanta Braves where he was responsible for various accounting functions in the baseball operation. Mark is a Certified Public Accountant, has a Bachelor’s degree in Accountancy from Wake Forest University, a Master of Taxation degree from Georgia State University, and is a former president of the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE).