November 19, 2019 • 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

About the Webinar

Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET

The Rise of Female Business Travelers

Let the statistics speak for themselves. There are more women in business travel than ever before. Companies across the entire travel cycle have needed to shift focus in order to account for all this change, adjusting to meet the needs of female business travelers and their expectations. Get inspired to adapt to this growing movement so you can deliver an excellent experience and don’t get left in the dust.

About Our PresenterS

Maddy Khengtigan, Compass Furnished Apartments 

Maddy is the Content Creator for Compass Furnished Apartments, a leading corporate housing company throughout the Northeast. Since uncovering the pain points of how corporate housing is perceived, she made it her mission to bring relatable, simple and easily digestible content within their space. Her focus is "collaboration over competition," wanting to educate and work together to show the value in what Compass does in a very user-friendly way. 

Jill Lamb, Compass Furnished Apartments 

As Compass Furnished Apartment's Marketing Manager, Jill Lamb does more than structure the companies voice and visual presence. With more than 14 years of professional experience streamlining multiple companies technologies, business processes, and overall marketing, she is obsessed with innovating new ways of creating strategies that are absurdly useful and effective.  


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Contact

Nick Estrada, Director of Membership
Phone: 317.328.4631
Email: nestrada@chpaonline.org


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