GTTCI Unveils Emerging Tourism Trends 2024: Business+Leisure Fusion Takes Center Stage
4th January 2024, New Delhi, India – The Global Trade & Technology Council (India) – GTTCI successfully organized an engaging panel discussion on the evolving landscape of tourism in 2024. Held at the esteemed venue of the High Commission of Mauritius in New Delhi, India, the event drew together esteemed personalities and leaders from the tourism sector.
High Commission of Mauritius Hosts GTTCI Panel Discussion on 2024 Tourism Trends
The distinguished High Commissioner of Mauritius, HE Mr. H Dillum, delivered a thought-provoking keynote address, shedding light on the emerging trends in tourism in Mauritius and globally. Highlighting the burgeoning trend of pilgrim tourism from Mauritius to India, HE Mr. H Dillum offered valuable insights into the changing dynamics shaping the tourism industry.
Dr. Gaurav Gupta, the Founder President of GTTCI, set the stage with his opening remarks, paving the way for an insightful discussion. Moderated by the internationally renowned Travel Journalist, Inder Raj Ahluwalia, the panel explored various facets of the industry’s evolution.
Diplomats from Embassy of Mauritius, USA, Guyana, Fiji, Nepal, Albenia joined the discussion.
Tourism Stalwarts Emphasize Business+Leisure Fusion and Geopolitical Impacts on Budget Spends at GTTCI Panel
Eminent personalities from the tourism sector, including Ms. Jyoti Mayal – President of Tour Operators Association of India, Mr. Ravi Gosain – Vice President of Indian Association of Tour Operators, Mr. Lajpat Rai, and Mr. Randhir Brar, shared their expertise during the discussion. The panelists delved into the rise of Business + Leisure Tourism and deliberated on the unpredictability of the tourism landscape, accentuated by geopolitical situations leading to the emergence of surprise tourism and increased budget allocations in the sector.
Dr. Rashmi Saluja, Chairperson of GTTCI Trade Chamber, delivered compelling concluding remarks, emphasizing the necessity for focused development in Business + Leisure tourism. Dr. Parmeet S Chadha, Chairman of GTTC India Mauritius Forum, expressed gratitude and extended the vote of thanks.
The panel discussion received widespread appreciation from the audience comprising prominent personalities from the tourism and hospitality industry. Moreover, the December edition of GTTCI’s monthly newsletter, GTTC Insights, was unveiled during the event, further enriching the discourse with comprehensive insights
The Global Trade & Technology Council (India) remains committed to fostering dialogues that drive innovation and progress across diverse sectors, and this insightful discussion on emerging tourism trends underscored its dedication to this cause.