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MUMBAI, July 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ COVID-19 has become the number one constraint for the travel and hospitality industry. As some global regions start to reopen and others begin to prepare for the better days, luxury experiences focused Azur Group has made a swift shift to digital.

With its diverse business portfolio in hospitality, tourism, events, and real estate, Azur Group’s shift to digital indicates an emerging trend in the leisure and services industry. 

Speaking about the move, Ankit Choudhary, Founder of Azur Group said, “COVID-19 has impacted the hospitality, tourism and events industry drastically, which the industry clearly will take some time to recuperate from. Our platforms are being designed to facilitate industry suppliers with fascinating ways to engage with their potential customers and provide a deeply impacting experience.”

Led by a qualified team of professionals, Azur Group’s verticals – Azur Xperiences (luxury travel curation), Azur Occasions (events and entertainment), Azur Deals (Real estate and virtual properties), and Azur Hospitium (Liasioning & Consultancy for hospitality segment), will be using digital platforms extensively to provide quality and accessible services to their customers across the globe.

The group has partnered with over 45 luxury hotels and resorts from India, and over 10 luxury properties from countries such as Bahrain, Dubai, Maldives, and the Czech Republic before the portals go live. 

“We place high focus on providing reliable and truly luxurious, bespoke experiences to our customers. I am confident that our partnership with our partners will help us provide inspiring & safe escapades to our clients in the post-COVID-19 world,” said Ankit. 

Azur Group is currently onboarding partners across their portfolios and can be contacted on their website

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