Change brings a new aspect in a business and that is what exactly IATO as an association is working for its members and the travel fraternity.
Simranjeet Singh Arora
Rajesh Mudgil, newly-elected Honorary Secretary, Indian Association of Tour Operators (IATO), has expressed his concern to bring about some positive changes for the association’s work frame through amendments in the constitution. “Firstly, amendments in the constitution is a must, because our constitution was reincorporated in 1996 by then president Maharaja Wahi. There have been no changes in the constitution thereafter. Secondly, I believe IATO should be more transparent to its members. Also, engaging members in decision making and day-to-day assessment of the association is what I am aiming for, along with inclusion of maximum members for a flexible atmosphere,” he said.
Elaborating on the amendments, he said, “I would like to introduce one representative as Vice President from each of the four regions. IATO would like to consider the opinion of their members and then make amendments in the constitution.”
We have reduced the price for our luncheon meetings; the convention fee has also been brought down by almost 35 per cent
The newly-elected Honorary Secretary wants the association to be on top of the list of apex bodies of tourism sector in the country and help the fraternity connected with the association in terms of business growth.
“Business and monetary benefits are in progress. We have reduced the price for our luncheon meetings; the convention fee has also been brought down by almost 35 per cent. Through these, I would like to bring forth some suited changes on the table,” added Mudgil.