The industry’s essential Travel Law Seminar.
The ABTA Travel Law Seminar is a key event in the travel industry calendar. It offers expert, up-to-date sessions on legal, regulatory and policy matters in the sector delivered by specialist travel lawyers, senior civil servants, ABTA’s internal legal team and travel industry professionals to help you prepare your business for the challenges that you will face this year and in the years to come.
Moderated by Simon Bunce, Director of Legal Affairs, ABTA.
CPD points: The Travel Law Seminar is accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board. Delegates can claim an equivalent of up to five hours CPD points per day.
This seminar is ideal for owners and/or directors, as well as team members that have responsibility for legal matters within their businesses.
ABTA Members/ABTA Partner rates:
- Full two-day rate – £385 plus VAT
- One-day rate – £265 plus VAT
- Full two-day rate – £599 plus VAT
- One-day rate – £399 plus VAT
Please note: to complete your registration for this event you will require a credit or debit card for payment.
Attendees can choose to book both days at a reduced rate or just one day if you wish to focus on a particular area.
NatWest has supported the travel sector for the last 30 years. This year we are continuing our partnership with ABTA as proud sponsors of the Travel Law Seminar.
By working closely with important industry bodies such as ABTA, we are able to get a good understanding of the challenges faced by the tourism sector.
We have over 90 dedicated relationship managers across the UK specialising in leisure and hospitality. They have all the local knowledge of your sector across branded, franchise and independent businesses. Our team will work with you to understand your business and help you reach your ambitions.
For details on how to promote your company via headline sponsorship, branding and exhibition, contact Matt Turton on 020 3117 0548 or email@example.com.
NatWest, The Auditorium, 280 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4RB
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