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‘Sales Sales Bhai Bhai – Sales Warriors’ A WhatsApp group of sales professionals from various Travel and Destination Management companies, has created a video to show resilience and unity.

“A salesperson is the backbone of any successful company and most of our time is spent out of our homes, so sitting at home for so long is a really odd situation for us. But in this situation, we all are at our home because we respect all instructions given by our Honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi and from this video, we are giving a message to everyone that our “Josh ” is still high and we will back with full of energy very soon” – Mr. Amit GuptaSales Warrior

Sales Warriors In Sequence As they Appear in the Video

1. Mr. Ankush Nijhawan ( TBO) – Introduction

2. Amit Gupta – Video Concept & Execution

3. Gaurav Khandelwal (GRN Connect)

4. Manish Dua ( TBO Group )

5. Jai Beniwal ( Global Destination )

6. Mohit Shukla (RepStock)

7. Rohit Singh (GRN Connect)

8. Deepak Tyagi ( GRN Connect)

9. Sharad Tiwari ( Emirates Holidays )

10. Yatendra ( STS DMC )

11. Manish Ganjoo ( Worldrow Vacations )

12. Aditya Dhiman ( trpworld .com)

13. Kaushal ( StealTrip )

14. Jai Beniwal ( Global Destinations)

15. Anurag Dobhal ( Royal Arabian)

16. Sahil Tangri ( Turtle Down Under )

17. Shashank  ( Enticing LLP)

18. Anuj Singhal ( TRH )

19. Kunal Sachdeva ( Red Apple )

20. Rahul Sharma ( Worldwide DMC

21. Kanwar ( Dubai Mastro )

22. Rajnish Verma ( ARK )

23. Surinder Kumar ( LFJ)

24. Manish Sundriyal

25. Vishwadeep ( Hilton )

26. Rajesh Bisht (TBO)

27. Atul K Chaurasiya

28. Deepak Tyagi ( GRN Connect)

29. Shashank ( Enticing LLP)

30. Varun Maggon ( Club Med)

31. Amit Gupta

32. Rahul Sharma (Worldwide DMC)

33. Sharad Tiwari ( Emirates Holidays )

34. Vivek Mishra (Walkin Trip)

35. Anurag Dobhal (Royal Arabian)

36. Dheeraj ( Best Value Tourism Dubai DMC)

37. Jatin ( Travstarz)

38. Kumar Utkarsh ( Tourism Enterprises)

39. Vikas Kumar  ( Nam Ho DMC)

40. Raman Tyagi (Mekong Vacations)

41. Nitesh Khare ( My value Travel)

42. Atul ( Global Destinations)

43. Ranjeet ( 3J Destinations)

44. Gaurav Khandelwal ( GRN Connect )

The Way Forward

The Pandemic of COVID-19 has got India to a standstill. With no business activities taking place and people spending time at home in the Nationwide lockdown, the Travel & Tourism sector has been affected the most.

In these difficult times, one thing that the Travel & Tourism Industry needs to do is to stand by and support each other.

Travel Industry worldwide has proved its resilience in the past. It will Prove itself again.

This time too shall pass. And world will travel again. Lets keep the spirits high.

So with this Video – Hows Your Josh??

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