Renewed optimism about Srinagar

TAAI’s State Chapter heads believe that taking the convention to Jammu & Kashmir is a bold move by the association, and with so many agents under one roof, tourism to the state shall surely boom. The state leaders share their opinions in showcasing the Valley in the right perspective.

TT Bureau

“We have had some very successful conventions in Dubai, Turkey, Abu Dhabi, etc, making it a grand show not only for trade partners but also for boosting tourism industries in India and partner countries. Srinagar has always been a dream destination for everyone. The members have been encouraged to participate in setting an example for the world to follow TAAI in terms of development of tourism. A successful event will attract the world and reinstate confidence in the destination.” Manoj Sogani Chairman TAAI Rajasthan Chapter.

“The TAAI Convention is back to Srinagar after 30 odd years. Srinagar has always been close to my heart and I have visited the Valley numerous times, but the beauty of the destination lies in its uniqueness in every visit. The TAAI convention aims to convey to the world that there is no turmoil in the valley and tourists should visit this state without any apprehensions. The event will be instrumental in boosting inbound tourism to the state and to India as a whole.” Anil Anand Chairman TAAI Chandigarh Chapter

“The convention at Srinagar shall surely be a head turner for all who have been longing to visit this beautiful state but apprehensions kept them back. J&K needs to be showcased in its right perspective. TAAI conventions have always been rewriting tourism, providing a wide angle view to any city or country it is held at. Members look forward to the conventions where they pay nominal charges towards registrations and air fares and get an opportunity to meet the stalwarts of the trade and network under one roof, and get educated on the upcoming issues.” Sunil B Satyawakta Chairman TAAI Uttar Pradesh & Uttarakhand Chapter

“With its rich cultural heritage and natural beauty, the tourism sector in Jammu & Kashmir has much to offer. It also plays a key role for economic growth and diversification of the region. The 64th TAAI convention in Srinagar after 30 years intends to create a concrete base for tourism industry. This will help us in connecting with new partners and clients among visitors representing tourism agencies, tour operators and other industry professionals.” Mukesh Patel, Chairman, TAAI South Gujarat Chapter

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