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With the country preparing itself for unlock 4, the Indian tourism industry has started making efforts to bring positivity and trust within the stakeholders of the tourism industry and to reiterate that with precautions, India is safe to travel.

Indian Association of Travel and Tourism Experts (IATTE), recently organised an online meeting to promote unity and positivity within the tourism industry. Attended by tourism industry veterans, everyone had one message in common which was to create positivity among the tourism professionals, and the need to stay united as the industry sails through the ongoing challenging phase.

“Desire to travel will never die from the people’s mind and tourism shall again bounce back, so we have to be very positive and think positive. We are all united. All the stakeholders of the tourism and hospitality industry are united and tomorrow we shall be the winner. After Dark night, there always is a brighter day, which brings a lot of energy for us to survive. We shall create vibes in the Industry and we are very sure that tourism will come back. Wish you all shining days ahead in your business.” Said Mr. PP Khanna, President of ADTOI,

“All the stakeholders of tourism in India, be it an association, a travel agent or hotels, we are all connected to each other. We are launching #TourismPositive and as many are leaving, I urge you all to stay put in the industry. Tourism will definitely bounce back. I would also request the government of India, to take care of the tourism industry which is a very big and important industry.” Said Mr. Naveen Manchanda, President of IATTE

“All big and small stakeholders of the industry must stay united and positive. My Strong message to the government is that the government must support this Industry in any way possible. The industry should tell the world that India is safe for travel. This time too shall pass, and tourism will survive, shine, and revive further.” Said Mr. Subhash Verma, National Advisor of IATTE

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Indian Association of Travel and Tourism Experts (IATTE) – a new one-of-its-kind innovative online platform for travel trade partners was formed recently. Aiming to grow as India’s largest forum for travel professionals, IATTE is bringing the various verticals of the tourism and hospitality industry under one roof in an online environment.

Mr. Naveen Manchanda, President of IATTE in his recent meeting with Mr. Prahlad Singh Patel, Tourism Minister of India, apprised him about the various challenges being faced by the industry in the wake of the pandemic. The meeting that has happened soon after the formation of the forum reflects the proactive approach of IATTE and its vision to engage with the power corridors to highlight the aspirations and challenges of the industry in both organized and unorganized markets.

IATTE through its virtual meets has already provided insight to its members on how to balance strategy and operational excellence post-COVID-19 pandemic. Other topics that the forum has focused on include how businesses can heal at present scenario and focus on efficiency, collaborations, and creativity.

The membership of IATTE has already crossed 650 since its official launch last month. Presently its Managing Committee consists of 20 professionals of the industry with plans to expand it further to 40 members by the end of this year.

IATTE membership is complimentary for the financial year 2020-2021.

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