Roxhill Breakfast: Sustainable Travel in 2020
Event: Roxhill Breakfast, 30 January 2020
Join Lisa Grainger - Deputy Editor at The Times Luxx, Francisca Kellett - Freelance Travel Writer and Editor, and Juliet Kinsman - Luxury Travel Expert, for a discussion on:
"How can we help our travel clients be more sustainable in 2020?"
The first 45 minutes will consist of a discussion, chaired by Emma Cripwell - Publicist for The Pig Hotels, with the overall objective to unearth what our journalists like to cover in their titles, and how we can help them fill each issue with sustainable travel stories. This will be followed by a chance for you to ask our panel your questions in a Q & A.
Lisa Grainger is a writer, an author and an editor who has worked in news, features, fashion, design and travel for more than 25 years: as features director of Elle, deputy editor of Sunday Times Style and deputy editor of Ultratravel. Currently deputy editor and travel editor of The Times Luxx, she juggles writing profiles, trend pieces and design reports with traversing the globe to interview various tribes, from the jungles of Congo to the streets of the Big Apple.
Francisca Kellett Francisca Kellett is a freelance travel writer and editor. Having worked as the Digital Travel Editor for The Daily Telegraph, and as the Travel Editor at TATLER magazine, she now contributes to a number of publications, including the FT, The Daily Telegraph, House & Garden, National Geographic Traveller, and The Times, where she writes the philanthropy column for LUXX Magazine. Francisca is also the co-founder of Mundi & Co, a creative content agency for luxury travel brands.
Juliet Kinsman is an established freelance journalist and broadcaster, with a unique understanding of sustainable luxury travel. She created BOUTECO to celebrate the design-led properties with the biggest hearts and she works with hotels to help them tell their inspiring stories of positive impact. Founding editor of Mr & Mrs Smith, she is a renowned hotel expert and speaker who sits on the judging panel for many travel awards, and she has just produced a documentary, Changing Worlds in the Atlas Mountains, to convey the importance of educating girls in remote rural areas.
Spaces are limited, book your place today:
£20.00 per person
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