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OutBound India – Restarting India’s Tourism to Thailand Virtual Event

Category: Hotels|Tourism, Posted:06 Dec 2021 | 00:56 am

India is one of the biggest outbound markets in the world. Pent-up demand is already seeing a huge outflow of travelers to the Maldives as the destination continues to thrive during the uncertain times created by the pandemic.
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But what about Thailand? India was one of the fastest-growing outbound markets to the Kingdom before Covid and looks set to be one of the fastest markets to return. With a slowdown in European arrivals due to concerns of the emergence of another variant, India, just a short-haul flight away, has come into focus like never before.
 Join C9 Hotelworks and Delivering Asia Communications on Tuesday 14th December at 3:00 pm (Thailand time) in a content-led, one-hour market update.

We have assembled a series of leading experts who will speak about how India is shaping up as the new darling of outbound travel into Thailand, how to access it, adapt products to meet demand, assess the opportunities, and drive growth once again.

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Speakers

Pinki Arora, Marketing and PR Representative, Tourism Authority of Thailand India

Paul Wu, Regional Head SE Asia Go Airlines (India) Limited, Go First

Stanley Rozario, Director of Marketing and Communication, TITC (Thai Indian Tourism Club) and Head of Business Development Indian Subcontinent Market at Asian Trails

Ravi Chandran, CEO, Laguna Phuket

Heshan Peiris, Corporate Chef, Laguna Phuket

Sally Mangharam, Managing Director, Mantra Events

Ranjeet Viswanathan, Director of Sales & Marketing, Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort

Nitin Sachdeva, TCEB India Representative & CEO, Venture Marketing

Moderators

David Johnson, CEO, Delivering Asia Communications

Bill Barnett, Managing Director, C9 Hotelworks

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