Tag Archives: Nijhawan Group

No-visa to be a game changer

With a no-visa scheme for Indians, Serbia is all set to boost the arrival numbers from India, claims Vladimir Maric, Ambassador of Serbia to India. Nisha Verma Vladimir Maric, Ambassador of Serbia to India, believes that India is currently one of the fastest growing outbound markets in the world, and …

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Nijhawan to up Uzbek numbers

Uzbekistan is set to create a splash in the Indian tourism market by simplifying its visa regime and offering a five-day free-visa transit. It has appointed Nijhawan as advisor for tourism of Embassy of Uzbekistan. Nisha Verma he Embassy of Uzbekistan is undertaking various initiatives to attract Indian travellers to …

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Trade vows to promote Kashmir

Post the TAAI Convention in Srinagar, the delegates including travel agents, hoteliers and service providers, have promised to promote Kashmir aggressively in their respective regions. TT Bureau Balbir Mayal, MD, New Airways Travels The convention is a platform where industry issues can be addressed. The association can make a note …

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Kempinski partners with Nijhawan

Kempinski Hotels recently conducted its roadshow in New Delhi, where Theo Ocks, Vice President—Sales, Kempinski Hotels, spoke about India as a potential market and the group’s strategies towards the trade. Anupriya Bishnoi Q What was the agenda for the roadshow? How beneficial was it for the group? This is the …

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Training tourism aspirants

Nijhawan Group has joined hands with Delhi University’s Ram Lal Anand College to launch a Certificate Course in Heritage and Tourism Management. TT BUREAU Nijhawan Group has entered into a Joint Venture with Ram Lal Anand College, University of Delhi, to launch a new Certificate Course in Heritage and Tourism …

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Technology connects, so does travel

Travel is going through a myriad changes owing to the evolving technology and the corresponding new-age customer. Travel agents are now questioning the survival of the offline mode of business in this digital age. Experts and key stakeholders of the travel industry deliberate on the nature of change and opportunities …

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B for budget & BOHO

Travel Boutique Online (TBO) along with Boho Hospitality launched its first budget hotel – Tatsa by BOHO – in Rishikesh and the next hotel will be launched in a few months in Delhi. This new chain of budget hotels aims to serve the millennials and provide them with a comfortable, …

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Serena Hotels unravels India plan

Rosemary Mugambi, Regional Sales & Marketing Director, Serena Hotels, shares that signing Nijhawan Group as their representative would help create visibility in and boost sales from India. Serena Hotels is a premier hotel group with 25 properties, including city hotels (members of the Leading Hotels of the World); Safari lodges …

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Tier-II & III cities drive outbound market

Outbound tourism industry stakeholders identify emerging trends among Indian travellers: their changing choice of holiday destinations; new outbound market hubs in Tier-II and Tier-III cities; and the various reasons that are leading to these changes. ANKITA SAXENA Shravan Bhalla, General Secretary, OTOAI and CEO, High Flyer European destinations were extremely …

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