ICTT to be held from June 8-10

The International Conference on Tourism Technology (ICTT), to be held in New Delhi, will feature lectures by a line-up of noted technology speakers.

An impressive line-up of technology industry experts from across the globe will attend the upcoming International Conference on Tourism Technology (ICTT) to deliberate on the paramount role of technology in giving a fillip to the travel and tourism industry through interactive engagements with customers and providing excellent products and services. Association of Tourism Trade Organisation (ATTOI), with the support of Kerala Tourism, will organise the three-day event at Le Meridien Hotel in Kochi from June 8 to 10.

The seven experts who will be attending the brainstorming meet this year to share their insights are Andre Chow (Singapore), Billy Taylor (New Zealand), Christopher Tock (Malaysia), Donna Mortiz (Australia), Lauren Cleland (USA), Nicky Kriel (the UK) and Pierre Marechal (Belgium). “Technology is all around us and the world of travel and tourism is no exception. Through technology, such as social media, tour operators could engage their customers. So it is high time to get updated and be adaptable and fluid to the changes in the sector,” says Anish Kumar P.K., President, ATTOI.

The speakers will share insights on topics such as ‘Content and Search Engine Strategy’, ‘Digital tools – The way forward’, ‘Online Destination Marketing’, ‘Travel Technology Trends in Future’, ‘Consumer Behaviour and Online Reputation’, and ‘Social Media for Tourism’. ICTT 2017 aims at helping the tourism industry to stay abreast with the latest technology through effective usage of the digital platform. “It is for the industry players to be able to understand the current tourism trend. They can anticipate future directions, and respond appropriately by walking the extra mile to fulfill tourist expectations. And these international speakers are capable of shedding light on these issues,” Kumar added.

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