Awarded for a cre­ative itin­er­ary

For an in­cen­tive group of 53 pas­sen­gers, ‘The Best Cre­ative Plan­ning Itin­er­ary’ was quickly planned and well ex­e­cuted by Kulin Shah, CEO, Kulin Ku­mar Hol­i­days and his team.

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As a pre­cur­sor to the Visit Ja­pan Travel & MiCE Mart 2018 (VJTM) by Ja­pan Na­tional Tourism Or­ga­ni­za­tion (JNTO), Kulin Shah, CEO, Kulin Ku­mar Hol­i­days was awarded by San­toshi

Seino, Pres­i­dent, JNTO for ‘Best Cre­ative Plan­ning Itin­er­ary’ com­pris­ing an in­cen­tive group of 53 pas­sen­gers. The com­pany took just an hour to plan the itin­er­ary and cov­ered dif­fer­ent ac­tiv­i­ties, in­clud­ing sites cov­er­ing na­ture, in­dus­trial vis­its, snow ac­tiv­ity and city life.

Ja­pan is an ideal des­ti­na­tion for In­dian MiCE with abun­dant fa­cil­i­ties to of­fer to par­tic­i­pants like high stan­dard of hos­pi­tal­ity, ease of trans­port, va­ri­ety of In­dian restau­rants, am­ple sight­see­ing and a bustling nightlife. Since Kulin Ku­mar Hol­i­days is oper­at­ing tours to

Ja­pan since 2005, it also has a DMC in the coun­try that helps the com­pany ex­e­cute its plans con­ve­niently by un­der­stand­ing cu­tomers’ re­quire­ments.

Af­ter re­ceiv­ing the award, Shah ex­pressed his grat­i­tude to­wards ev­ery mem­ber of team JNTO and thanked them for their con­stant sup­port. He felt ex­tremely proud and happy to have been hon­oured with this pres­ti­gious recog­ni­tion and looks for­ward to in­creased busi­ness into Ja­pan from In­dia.

At the event held in Ho­tel New Otani, Tokyo, names of other win­ners were also un­veiled. These in­cluded Com­fort Travel Ser­vices, Tai­wan for Best In­cen­tive Travel and JTB Aus­tralia for

Best Com­mu­nity Con­tri­bu­tion. Prize win­ners also made a pre­sen­ta­tion on how their pro­grammes made use of the dis­tinc­tive fea­tures of that were ob­tained by the spon­sor­ing com­pa­nies.

The se­lec­tion cri­te­ria for the awarded ap­pli­ca­tions were based on itin­er­ar­ies that made the best use of the fea­tures of the vis­ited des­ti­na­tion, il­lus­trated suc­cess­ful post-event im­pact on at­ten­dees and cor­po­rates, demon­strated in­no­va­tive use of tech­nol­ogy and plan­ning and an out­stand­ing con­tri­bu­tion to the re­gion through cul­tural ex­changes with the lo­cal com­mu­nity.

Satoshi Seino, Pres­i­dent, JNTO, also ex­pressed his joy on re­ceiv­ing sev­eral ap­pli­ca­tions for the awards. Be­sides, it was quite in­ter­est­ing for him to learn about such won­der­ful in­cen­tive pro­grammes in Ja­pan.

While ad­dress­ing a large num­ber of MiCE pro­fes­sion­als from across the world, Seino ex­pressed hopes that with the help of a con­tin­u­ous sup­port, the in­cen­tive travel to Ja­pan will con­tinue to grow in the fu­ture. He be­lieves that MiCE buy­ers can share more knowl­edge and re­sources to cre­ate a va­ri­ety of in­cen­tive travel pro­grammes with ex­cel­lent con­tent.

The se­lec­tion cri­te­ria were based on itin­er­ar­ies that made the best use of the fea­tures of the des­ti­na­tion, il­lus­trated suc­cess­ful post-event im­pact on at­ten­dees and demon­strated in­no­va­tive use of tech­nol­ogy

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