The Lalit to appoint 50 GSAS
The Lalit Group will offer its GSAS - communication, marketing and training support in addition to many lucrative business opportunities - as it believes that B2B will continue to be a vital part of its robust distribution model.
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visionary leaders don’t fret over the cyclical downside in the economy. In fact, they work their strategies on the long term basis. Similarly, Samil Malhotra, Vice President – Sales and Marketing, The LaLit Group, a seasoned player is staying put on the Indian growth story and is working on enhancing the Group’s B2B strength.
“We are linked to the economy in such a manner that with a positive economic sentiment, the hospitality industry grows, while the negative economic sentiment drags the hospitality sector down. Presently, the economic sentiment is down, but in the long run everyone is upbeat on the Indian growth story that looks upside, which augurs well for the hospitality sector,” emphasised Malhotra.
“Going forward, there will be an increase in demand for vacations within the city, just like it is being witnessed in the form of short-haul destination or closer to home vacations.
On the ancillary revenue stream, he believes that there is a lot of potential to make use of the growing MICE business and other new opportunities F&B segment. “We are witnessing growth in MICE business. In fact, we expect a lot of corporate movement in our recently opened hotel in Jaipur, which otherwise is considered to be a pre-dominantly leisure destination. There are opportunities that are being witnessed in form of special interest groups, educational events, social events and Medical Tourism out of which, many of these segments are recession-proof.
Vice President – Sales and Marketing The LaLit Group