TAAI’s tie with Shanghai
TAAI Northern Region wants to work hard to bring back all the luck for the Indian travel industry in 2015. Rajan Sehgal, Chairman, TAAI–NR tells that the main aim of the association is to bring back credit.
The TAAI Northern Region recently organised its bimonthly members meeting in New Delhi. China Tourist Office was a partner for the evening. Rajan Sehgal, Chairman, TAAI– Northern Region, said, “An MoU was signed by us with Shanghai Tourism Board as the years 2015 and 2016 are going to be ‘ Visit India’ and ‘ Visit China’ years.”
Talking about the year 2014, Sehgal said that the year was a difficult one as the travel trade and hospitality industry went through crisis. But it is a motivation for all in the industry to see the new government and the Prime Minister prioritising tourism. He said, “In the next six months, we will work very closely with the new team.”
Sehgal seemed positive about 2015 and added, “We are planning to take our members to destinations both within and outside India to meet different DMCs, hotels etc. and see for themselves, before sending their customers there.”
“The two important agendas are to get the credit and the commission back to the Indian travel industry,” he added.
MoU signing by TAAI-NR and Shanghai Tourism