Journal: TWUKSection:
Title: Issue Date: 25/09/00
Author: Page Number: 20
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ACTE Global 2000 conference to debate technology

THEASSOCIATIONof Corporate Travel Executives is returning to the site of its first conference – Amsterdam – for ACTE Global 2000.

Running from October 22-24, keynote speakers at the event will include Ben J M Verwaayen, vice-chairman of Lucent Technologies who will debate whether e-commerce improves business travel processes.

A European Commission representative will look at whether airline alliances and mergers lead to better prices and more convenience.

ACTE Global will also exclusively devote two hours to round-table discussions among peers.

Another highlight of the Global 2000 conference is Business Sense, an A-Z guide to e-business.

Members will save between £300 and £500 on the conference registration – corresponding to more than two years of ACTE membership fees.

Contact Bob Krag, membership services manager at the European office on fax: 00 32 2 743 1550.