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GBTA Announces New Dates For Annual Convention

Global Business Travel Association (GBTA);

The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) hosts an annual convention that brings together over 7,000 business travel professionals from more than 50 countries across the globe. This year’s GBTA Convention was scheduled to take place in Denver on July 25-29, 2020.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic and various state and local restrictions, GBTA will now move the dates of the GBTA Convention 2020 to November 7-11, 2020.

The following statement can be attributed to GBTA Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director Scott Solombrino.

“This is the first time in GBTA’s 52-year history of Convention that we have had to reschedule our signature event. This unprecedented move comes in unprecedented times. We are all working to ensure the safety of business travelers and their families. We are hopeful that the pandemic will subside on a global level and that we will be able to help travel managers and sponsors determine how best to revive the industry when we meet in November.

We rescheduled the event after several weeks discussing options with officials at the Denver Convention Center. We all agreed that there was no way to hold a safe, healthy, and successful conference in July, so we agreed to push the dates out as far as possible in 2020. We will continue to work with the State of Colorado, City of Denver, the Convention Center and health officials to ensure we can have our Convention in November. Our hope is that the pandemic will pass within the next few months and we will be able to resume our normal activities. But if that is not the case, we may need to push Convention back further. I will continue to keep you informed on the status of Convention.”

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