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Kenyon to Take Part in Second International Travel Crisis Management Summit

Kenyon CEO Robert A. Jensen will participate in one of several discussion panels at the second International Travel Crisis Management Summit (ITCMS) in London at Haberdashers Hall on Thursday, 9 November. Joining him are leading experts from industries including travel, hospitality, financial services, technology, government and more. The summit will focus on the latest need-to-know information regarding crisis management and growing threats.

Jensen’s panel, “Bringing It All Together,” focuses on real-world crises with panel members sharing how their affected organizations handled the situations. The goal of the panel is to share the evolution of a crisis management plan.

For interested travel and tourism professionals, tickets for the ITCMS are available for £295+VAT and include the full-day conference and lunch. Register today at: http://www.itcms.travel.

Contact your Kenyon Account Manager for a special client discount code worth £100 off the ticket price.



Kenyon Client Webinar

Join us for our client-only live webinar on 13 November at 2:00 p.m. GMT. Kenyon’s CEO will share crisis management planning and response considerations for 2018 and an update on Kenyon operations.

This webinar is relevant for all departmental leaders: Emergency Management, Legal, Communications, Human Resources and more.

There will be time for questions and answers following the discussion – we hope you and your colleagues can join us!

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Ornge Air’s Second All Canada Aeromedical Transport (ACAT) Safety Conference

Kenyon CEO Robert A. Jensen will take part as a speaker at Ornge Air’s second All Canada Aeromedical Transport (ACAT) Safety Conference on 21 November in Mississauga, Ontario. Jensen and other guest speakers will focus on safety topics specific to the aeromedical transport community.

Ornge Air, a Canadian non-profit charitable organization that provides air ambulance and associated ground transportation service, created ACAT as a grassroots effort to share information among and between air ambulance operations, both fixed and rotor wing, in Canada. The conference aims to continue to enhance safety within the Canadian Air Ambulance industry by sharing and discussing potential safety hazards and concerns, new trending risks and other ongoing aeromedical industry issues.