TRAVERSE 19 is an experience for travel managers, finance and procurement leaders. Whether you’re a small company or a Fortune 500 company, you’ll discover best practices in managing your travel, industry trends and the future of business travel.
Yes, you must be 21 or older to attend the event.
Business Casual is recommended.
Aug 1 - Aug 31
Sept 1 - Oct 1
Oct 2 - Oct 3
In the event that you need to cancel your reservation, you must submit your request in writing to [email protected] All cancellation requests must include your name and registration confirmation number.
Refunds will be provided according to the date requested:
In your TRAVERSE email confirmation - there is a direct link to modify your registration. If you need further assistance, please reach out to [email protected]
Your full conference pass includes all meals (& snacks) on October 2nd and Breakfast (& snacks) on October 3rd.
Dietary details and ADA requests are included in the registration form. Please contact [email protected] with any questions. Deadline for Accessibility requests is September 20, 2019. Any requests after that date cannot be guaranteed.
The Midway | 900 Marin St, San Francisco, CA 94124
If you need to book travel for TRAVERSE, you will receive an invitation to book via TripActions within 24 hours of completing your registration. We have recommended the following hotels.
(Please book by Friday, August 30th, 2019)
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is the closest major airport, an easy BART ride or 30-minute drive from downtown; the Oakland International Airport (OAK) is a 40-minute drive over the Bay Bridge. As we get closer to the event, be on the lookout for ride share discount codes.
October is usually a warmer month, but San Francisco’s weather can be unpredictable and packing layers is recommended. Check before you arrive.
Dogpatch is a vibrant, up-and-coming area nestled between Potrero Hill and the bay. Formerly a shipbuilding hub dating back to the 1800s, this dockside area retains an industrial vibe with large warehouses, many of which have been updated into residential lofts, art galleries and indie shops. Third Street offers a mix of trendy restaurants, brunch cafes, brew pubs and wine bars, plus the Museum of Craft and Design. For more information, visit the city’s official visitors’ website.
Submit a speaker abstract here before 12:00pm PST on August 21.
Please visit our Partner site for details: https://tripactions.com/partners
Due to privacy laws, we are unable to provide a registration or attendee list.
Please email us at: [email protected]