Reset Travel returns to London


Reset Travel, a premium annual industry event, returns to London on November 3 and will take place at London Hilton on Park Lane.

Reset Travel is a premium annual event for owners, investors and academics with content focussed on initiatives that will have an immediate impact on making travel and hospitality more sustainable, said a statement. 

This year’s event has again drawn a standout speaker roster who will share insights and case studies through keynotes and interactive panel sessions. Talks are designed to inform delegates and provide  a framework for action.

International speakers at the summit include:

• Edmund Bartlett, Tourism Minister for Jamaica

• Dr Taleb Rifai, former Secretary General, United Nations World Tourism Organisation

• Dr Abdullah Al Nuami, UAE’s former Minister of Climate Change and Environment

They will be joined by noted sustainable travel and hospitality experts from the UK including:

• Danny Pecorelli, MD of Exclusive Hotels - the UK’s first certified B Corp hotel brand

• Professors and Academics from Surrey University’s Institute of Sustainability

The presentations will highlight actions, demonstrable results and how the speakers’ organisations are transforming their business models to bring positive impacts on nature, people and the planet while also having equitable outcomes on their bottom lines.

The event coincides with the start of World Travel Market.

Nicki Page, founder of Reset Travel comments: “Reset Travel is action and output focused as it is imperative for our industry to make verified changes in how we reduce the negative impacts we are having on the world. Changes that will be good for people, the planet and business prosperity.”

Danny Pecorelli adds: “I’m delighted to be sharing our latest Impact Report which shows the positive outputs we’ve achieved since joining the B Corp movement two years ago. Communicating and inspiring others is an important role in being a B Corp and I hope Reset Travel will encourage more companies in our sector to embrace the challenges of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions.”