Get Your Hotel Program the Respect It Deserves:  
Maximizing and Illustrating Your ROI

Date: Friday, March 3, 2017
Time: 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT
Duration: 40 Minutes

Determining Return on Investment from a negotiated hotel program is often a vexing challenge for travel managers. Employees or company executives who don’t appreciate the value of your negotiated rate program and book other rates/properties only complicate the matter. How have other corporations solved such challenges? Listen as corporations and industry experts detail their approaches in this BTN Group “In The Know” webinar, sponsored by TRIPBAM. 

Travel managers and industry experts who have solved these issues using new processes and metrics, as well as advanced technology and analytics will share their insights during this 30-minute webinar, and address audience questions during a 10-minute live Q&A session. 

Key Takeaways:

  • How to calculate an accurate ROI for your hotel program and what it should be 
  • Issues with hotel data and how to resolve them 
  • Advanced analytics and reporting to identify hotel program performance and areas for improvement
  •  Ways to communicate the value of your hotel program to senior management and get the respect you deserve

About the Panelists

Nic Lanzo is Category Lead – Travel & Fleet for the Enterprise Sourcing organization of McKesson Corporation, a healthcare services and information technology company that is currently ranked 5th on the Fortune 500 list. He joined McKesson two years ago after holding a number of procurement operations positions, including purchasing system implementation, master data management, procurement finance, and procurement project management.

Jan T. Jacobsen joined AIG in February 2016 as Global Accommodation Manager after having worked with the company as a consultant since 2013. Based in London, he manages AIG’s Global Accommodation Programmes for Hotels, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments, responsible for sourcing, negotiation and implementation. He has 25 years of experience in the hospitality and travel industries, Prior to moving in to the role of a corporate buyer in 2010, he was regional director for the European marketplace for a U.S.-based hotel group.

Neil Hammond joined GoldSpring Consulting LLC as a partner in 2014 with 15 years of experience in the travel industry as a buyer and consultant. During his career, he served as Global Travel Manager for Schlumberger, where he implemented a $360 million travel program in 40 countries. As a consultant at Advito, Hammond worked on air and hotel sourcing prior to founding his own company. In 2013, he founded a consulting firm and developed technology (since acquired by GoldSpring) to support sourcing projects for corporate air and hotel programs.

Steve Reynolds is founder and CEO of TRIPBAM, a Dallas-based hotel shopping startup envisioned in 2013. A serial entrepreneur, Reynolds began his career in travel technology nearly 30 years, and four startups ago. He also volunteers as a board member of Baylor’s Technology Entrepreneurship Initiative, The BTN Group Advisory Board and Texas A&M Startup Initiative. Reynolds in both 2013 and 2015 was named by Business Travel News as one of the “25 Most Influential in Business Travel.”

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Nic Lanzo
Category Lead – Travel & Fleet, Enterprise Sourcing
McKesson

Jan T. Jacobsen
Global Accommodation Manager
Global Corporate Travel & Meeting Services
AIG

Neil Hammond
Partner and Director
Air & Hotel Sourcing

GoldSpring Consulting

Steve Reynolds
Founder & CEO
TRIPBAM Inc.




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