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ITAA Conference in Porto - The work!

24th October 2017 - 12:20pm

John Galligan (J Galligan Travel)putting a question to the panel on CAR bonding

John Galligan (J Galligan Travel)putting a question to the panel on CAR bonding

Following a great first days golf, delegates got down to some serious work at the ITAA Conference business meetings. The sessions were held in the Hotel Solverde spa and wellness centre, the base for the next couple of days in Porto. The theme for the business sessions was ‘On the Horizon’ In the form of 3 sessions comprising of presentations and panel discussions.

 

The topics covered included: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), The Package Travel Directive, The Payment Service Directive, New Distribution Capability (NDC), Travel Trade Consumer Protection Measures. Lively discussions took place!


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John Galligan (J Galligan Travel)putting a question to the panel on CAR bonding
ITAA Conference base The Hotel Solverde spa and wellness centre
Sun Sets on the first day bringing a New Horizon.
ITAA The theme for the business sessions was “On the Horizon” it is in the form of 3 sessions of presentations and panel discussions.
Tom Randles (J Barter Travel)
Clare Dunne (The Travel Broker)
Pat Dawson (CEO ITAA) Taking questions from ITAA members
Matthew Dakin (A2B Transfers) With Greg Evans(Greg Evans Consultancy Ltd)
Marie Grenham (Grenham Travel) Francis Grogan(Grogan Travel) and Pauline Grenham (Grenham Travel)
Desmond Abbott (Des Abbott Travel) and Pearse Keller (KelAir Campotel)
The theme for the business sessions was “On the Horizon” it is in the form of 3 sessions of presentations and panel discussions.
Former ITAA president Con Horgan
ITAA President Cormac Meehan responding to the panel on CAR bonding
Jean Maxwell and Lorraine Dunne (ITAA)
The Conference

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