SATTE Conference 2016 | Trade Fairs & Exhibitions India
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  • Over 750 participants from over 35 countries and 28 Indian states
  • 20000 travel trade attendees – an increase of 50% over last year
  • Supported by the Ministry of Tourism, Incredible India, & UNWTO
  • Over 30 international and 25 domestic tourism boards
SATTE Conference 2016

SATTE Conference 2016

Panel Discussion I:
UNWTO: The relevance of thematic tourism routes in fostering regional collaboration and prosperity

The first panel discussion of the day 'UNWTO: The relevance of thematic tourism routes in fostering regional collaboration and prosperity’ brought together stakeholders from across the table in a discussion focused on assessing the enormous opportunity and potential to develop transnational thematic tourism routes and challenges of linking the destinations of South Asia. Read more...




Panel Discussion II:
Make in India and Tourism

'Make in India' can be that shot in the arm in achieving growth commensurate to India’s tourism potential. While a lot of onus lies on the government, from enhancing destination’s profile, leveraging its inherent touristic appeal to making tourism a competitive proposition; it cannot do it alone without the active participation of the private sector. Read more...




Panel Discussion III:
Niche Tourism in India: Challenges and Opportunities

The first deliberation on day two kicked-off with Niche Tourism in India: Challenges and Opportunities. Moderated by Shoba Mohan, ‎Founder Partner, Rare India, the panellist included Abhijeet Patil, Chairman, Raja Rani Travels; Mayur Oberoi, Head – Products & Operations, TUI India; Naresh Rawal, Vice President – Sales, Star Cruises; Rajan Sehgal, President, India Golf Tourism Association; Rajesh Mohan, General Manager, Hotel Sahara Star & Aamby Valley City and Tejbir Singh Anand, Former President, Adventure Tour Operators Association of India. Read more...




Panel Discussion V:
India as a focus for NTOs

India's outbound growth potential has come of age. Today there are no less than 100 plus national tourist office, operating either directly or through representatives as everybody vies for a greater slice of what is being hailed today as the ‘fastest growth market’ for outbound travel in the world. A timely and topical indeed, SATTE 16 brought together several industry stalwarts and experts for a panel discussion on ‘India as a focus for NTOs’ in order to help develop understanding and industry insights on India’s outbound market and potential for growth. Read more...

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