Tag Archives: Caper Travel Company

Will the Budget look up?

“Tourism has mostly survived on the dynamism of entrepreneurs who have strived to make the industry the second largest in the country today. However, the government does have a big role to play in promoting the industry and giving it that extra push to help make it the largest in …

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Ushering 2018 with hope in sight

Following setbacks caused by GST and demonetisation, the tourism and hospitality industry is moving forward with a positive attitude to reverse the negative impact of these roadblocks. The aim is clear, to ensure India tourism thrives. TRAVTALK speaks with industry leaders to gauge the mood for the New Year. TT …

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India in full strength at WTM London

Incredible India was surely a force to reckon with at WTM London this year. While the focus was increasingly on networking and building relationships, the Indian participation at the event was indicative of the importance of the UK market in India. The Indian contingent shares its views on the event. …

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Caper plans to give back with NGO

Caper Travel Company is venturing into newer markets like the Middle East and China and is planning to support smaller tourism units under its banner. Bharat Bhushan Atree, Managing Director, Caper Travel Company, elaborates on the company’s vision and opines the way forward to boost inbound tourism. Q What new …

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Make tourism priority to propel inbound

Inbound tourism is passing through a rough patch and the industry needs new ways and means to propel this sector. It’s time the industry looks beyond its conventional source markets and develops innovative products to give a breath of fresh air to inbound tourism. According to the World Economic Forum’s …

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GST dashes hopes of tourism industry

Deliberating on the recently announced GST rates for tourism and hospitality industry, Bharat Bhushan Atree, Managing Director, Caper Travel Company, believes that rather than making India a more competitive tourist destination, we have in effect become the most expensive in the world. Bharat Bhushan Atree, Managing Director, Caper Travel Company …

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