Travel Weekly and Best Workplaces in Travel team up for 2024 People Summit

Travel Weekly and Best Workplaces in Travel are to team up for the third annual Travel Weekly People Summit, to be held on Monday, June 10.

The half-day conference will be hosted by Deloitte at its central London offices, ahead of the third Best Workplaces in Travel awards at the offices of Grant Thornton the same evening.

The Travel Weekly People Summit has become an essential forum for those invested in the travel industry workforce since 2022, with discussions and presentations on topics including recruitment, retention and training.

It will be held for the third time with the support of headline sponsor Jet2holidays.

Best Workplaces in Travel was founded by industry recruitment specialist Gail Kenny in the same year and consists of an annual employee engagement survey and awards.

Lucy Huxley, editor-in-chief of Travel Weekly Group, said: “Best Workplaces in Travel has been a partner of the People Summit since its inception, and it made perfect sense to further strengthen that relationship by holding the event and awards on the same day.

“We are delighted to be working in partnership again to curate another compelling conference programme and celebrate the achievements of the 2024 BWIT nominees and winners.”

Gail Kenny, founder of Best Workplaces in Travel, said: “Employee engagement and retention in these changing times are more important to travel businesses than ever before; the Travel Weekly People Summit will provide insights from the Best Workplaces in Travel survey as well as plenty of practical take aways and food for thought.”

Entry is now open for the Best Workplaces in Travel 2024. For more information and to enter, visit

If you would like to register interest in attending the third Travel Weekly People Summit, please complete the form here.

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