Follow the digital wave

Having recoded a significant growth in business in 2017, Akash Travels plans to follow the digital revolution and become an online travel platform soon to offer bookings for flights, hotels and holiday packages on the go.

Akash Travels plans to go the digital way by making their company an online travel portal. This move will allow their customers to book flights, hotels, holiday packages and all other travel accessories on a single platform. “We are making use of automated travel software to create packages faster and with simplicity so that the response time to a query of the customer is less and the customer can be provided with a quote in real time,” says Akash Agarwal, Proprietor, Akash Travels.

Agarwal feels that it is the special attention to detail that makes one tour preferable to another. He says, “Akash Travels is eager to offer top level services to our valued guests. We suggest that one should consider the additional benefits and value we have to offer over and above the deliverables when comparing our products with those of other operators.” He appeals to the travel industry to allow for a level playing field to make space for companies of all sizes to do business.

Agarwal believes that tourism is an important pillar for the economy of almost every country. While some countries have done well in terms of this sector, others need to pull up their socks to do better. “In case of the tourism sector in India, the Incredible India campaign will be instrumental in boosting inbound segment of travel. We need to create an environment for valuable and comprehensive information coupled with an aggressive marketing strategy to boost inbound tourism,” adds Agarwal.

On the marketing front, the company plans to launch its TV promo soon. Other forms of marketing and promotional plans include collaboration with various media platforms and participation in travel trade shows and exhibitions. The company also engages in SEO marketing, Google Ad marketing and marketing through social media platforms.

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