Marriott Hotels showcased its 50 hotel brands from the South Asia region in Mumbai and Delhi to develop the market in the South Asia region.
Marriott Hotels hosted its first South Asia Market Place in Mumbai at the JW Marriott Hotel Juhu, Mumbai. The event witnessed the presence of 50 Marriott hotels from the South Asia region along with top management officials from Marriott like sales leaders, director sales and marketing, market leaders, general managers, multi-property general managers and director of sales, etc. Around 250-300 people attended the event in Mumbai.
A similar event was also hosted in Delhi. Speaking about the first ever South Asia marketplace, Hema Hariramani, Director, National Sales-India, Marriott Hotels India, said, “This is the first time we are organising a South Asia Marriott Market Place in India. As Mumbai and Delhi continue to remain our key source markets, the focus is to get all key customers of Mumbai and Delhi under one roof where they can meet all Marriott Hotels of South Asia. Marriott plans to host the event in cities like Bengaluru, Kolkata, Pune and Ahmedabad in the coming years.”
“Mumbai and Delhi continue to remain our key source markets. The focus is to get all key customers under one roof where they can meet all Marriott Hotels of South Asia”
An interactive session was held with top MNC clients for a more detailed conversation with the senior management, followed by cocktails and dinner. Marriott Hotels also added the Marriott Indore and JW Jaipur recently to their portfolio. She further adds, “India has been a main source market for the South Asia hotels, be it Sri Lanka where we have one hotel currently and opening a Sheraton in Colombo very soon. Similarly, for Bangladesh and Bhutan, India remains a major source market for business in these countries, therefore we have hotels from these regions participating in the Marriott South Asia Market Place.”
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Marriott Hotels plan to host the event in cities like Bengaluru, Kolkata, Pune and Ahmedabad in the coming years