Delta Air Lines Regional Director - Africa, Middle East and India, Jimmy Eichelgruen shares his thoughts on what goes into making an international airline operation work in Africa.
Graham Wood, managing director of Southern Sun Hotels talks about how the South African hotel industry has survived the post-2010 World Cup slump and is coming out the other end and more when he joined BTA editor Dylan Rogers for a coffee at the Palazzo Montecasino.
Mark Jakins, Chief Marketing and Customer Officer for Peermont Hotels, Casinos & Resorts chats to BTA about his take on the current state of the African hospitality industry.
Andrew McDonic,Managing Director of American Express Foreign Exchange, chats to BTA editor Dylan Rogers about their GlobalTravel Card and the travel spending trends of the modern age.
ISO Leisure Hotels Operations Director, Gary Foster joined editor Dylan Rogers for a chat about the preference by corporate's opting to book executives in to more affordable 3-star hotels rather than 5-star's exclusively.
Editor Dylan Rogers chats to Air France-KLM Christian Halm about how the two airlines work together, as well as Halm’s thoughts on the African airline industry.
Editor Dylan Rogers chats to the Regional Manager of Southern Africa & Latin America for Air Mauritius, Carla da Silva, about her views on what the industry should be concentrating on, and the role that government plays in the development of the aviation industry.
The Duma Travel CEO joined editor, Dylan Rogers for a coffee in Sandton, and a look back on 10 years in the travel management business.
What do human resources and travel management have in common? Well, nothing directly, except the fact that people are at the heart of both. Nonetheless, that didn’t stop Themba Mthombeni from making the jump from one to the other a decade ago.
BT Africa Editor Dylan Rogers joined Hilton Worldwide Global President and CEO, Chris Nassetta, Area President for Middle East and Africa, Rudi Jagersbacher, and VP of Operations for Africa and Indian Ocean, Jan van der Putten, for a coffee, a chat, and a clearer understanding of what Hilton’s immediate plans for Africa are.