Trip Tap Toe is all set to host a networking event exclusively for travel agents in Chandigarh, in order to introduce them to its offerings in an informal atmosphere.
Manuraj Singh Johar, Founder & CEO, Trip Tap Toe, says that the idea behind the events is networking and fun-filled evening with the agents in Chandigarh. “We plan to introduce Trip Tap Toe to the agents and then lighten up the evening over drinks and music. We are inviting all the interested travel agents to showcase our B2B travel portal and services. This can be immensely beneficial for them by gaining access to cheaper travel solutions through us, which will make them much more competitive in the market, thus, help them grow their revenues,” he informs.
“Many new travel companies have come up in Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. We plan to help these companies get better travel solutions at much more competitive rate”
Johar says that they wanted to focus on travel agents from Punjab and get the opportunity to cater to their travel requirements. “We also plan to build strong personal and professional relations with the agents,” he adds. Johar sees Punjab as a prospective market for them. “With increased disposal income, more people from Tier-II, III cities plan to travel and especially seek overseas travel. As a result, many new travel companies have come up in Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. We plan to help these companies get better travel solutions at much more competitive rates,” he shares.
In terms of expectations, Johar hopes to build new partnerships and tie-ups for mutual benefits and also gain knowledge about the travel trends in the region. He asserts that this is not a one-off event. “We plan to hold many more such networking dinners around the country to reach out to the local travel agencies. We had done similar events in NCR before, but now we plan to reach out to travel agents nationwide. Our next target is to tap on Northeast India, Western UP, Central and Eastern India. We have not made a complete calendar yet, but we plan to cover these regions over next six months,” Johar stresses.