Join alumni from CBS, CUCL and INSEAD for wine, light canapes and a lively panel discussion around the evolving luxury travel industry as presented by leaders from three innovative companies redefining customer experience in this dynamic sector.
Should your curiosity stem from a business, consumer or purely social perspective, we invite you to join us for what is sure to be an engaging evening!
Attend and be entered in a draw to win 2 return tickets to Ibiza on a Surf Air private jet!!
Planes: Coen VanNiersen, Chief Membership Officer, Surf Air (INSEAD GEMBA ‘13),
Surf Air is a California-based airline disrupting the traditional air travel model by offering unlimited flights for a fixed monthly fee. The airline flies small 8-seater aircraft between private terminals and is expanding into Europe this summer. https://www.surfair.com/eu.
Trains: Marina Linke, Director, Golden Eagle Luxury Trains
Golden Eagle is the world’s leading operator of exclusive, long-distance rail tours including the flagship Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express. Launched in 2007 by GW Travel (est. 1989), the company was a pioneer in developing tourism in Russia, among other markets, and in the early years mainly using steam traction. http://www.goldeneagleluxurytrains.com/
Automobiles: Darshana Ubi, Director and Co-Founder, Verve Rally
Verve Rally combines luxury travel and lifestyle experiences that include performance and supercars. Verve Rally is reshaping the traditional definition of a car rally, blending a luxury lifestyle holiday with a driving adventure. https://www.ververally.com/
Moderator: Maren Coleman (CBS ’06), Strategy & Marketing Consultant
Cost: £15 CBSL dues paying alumni / £20 non-paying alumni / £25 guests
RSVP with Columbia Business School Club of London here
Please note: The Savile Club has no formal dress code, other than a rather undefined rule of not offending other members, so although for example jeans and trainers are not permitted and a jacket is required (except in very hot weather when a notice will be posted on the board), a tie is not de rigueur.