ICRS Announces Keynote Address

The keynote panel includes (l to r) Bobby Healy, chief technology officer of CarTrawler, Imad Khalidi, CEO of Auto Europe, and Steve Matise, global head of supplier management for Travelport.
The keynote panel includes (l to r) Bobby Healy, chief technology officer of CarTrawler, Imad Khalidi, CEO of Auto Europe, and Steve Matise, global head of supplier management for Travelport.

The International Car Rental Show announces this year’s keynote address, which will comprise a panel of representatives from car rental and travel platforms Travelport, Auto Europe and CarTrawler.

Titled “State of the Industry: The Aggregators’ View,” the panel consists of Imad Khalidi, CEO of Auto Europe, Bobby Healy, chief technology officer of CarTrawler, and Steve Matise, global head of supplier management for Travelport. Each panelist will offer his view on the current state of the car rental industry as well as trends that will shape it moving forward.

“The companies represented on our panel process, distribute, display and promote millions of car rental bookings around the globe,” said Chris Brown, executive editor of Auto Rental News, who will also moderate the panel. “Our panelists will share a unique, high-level perspective on the trends affecting not only car rental, but also its place within the travel spectrum.”

The keynote panel will take place Monday, April 18 at 10 a.m. The 2016 International Car Rental Show takes place April 17-19 at Bally’s Las Vegas. For the full schedule, click here. To register, click here. For exhibitor and sponsor information, contact Joni Owens at [email protected]

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