TTF Kolkata Ended on a High Note Indicating Gradual Restart of Travel & Tourism

News Desk, News Nation 360 : TTF Kolkata, India's oldest travel trade show ends at the Netaji Indoor Stadium after providing a much-awaited platform for the travel trade to meet and reconnect in eastern India and across the country. Close to 150 exhibitors and representatives from 16 states participated in TTF Kolkata, from 10-12 September at Netaji Indoor Stadium. The show was reserved to travel trade visitors on the first day and a half and open for all thereafter. Stall awards were announced for the most vibrant exhibitors, as per the enclosed list of awardees. TTF Kolkata had the active support and presence of travel associations like OTOAI, TAAI, TAFI, ADTOI, IATO, SKAL, NIMA, ETAA, TAAB, TAHAT, ATSPB, EHTTOA, IATTE, ABTO. Sanjiv Agarwal, Chairman & CEO, Fairfest Media, the organisers of TTF - the oldest and largest travel tradeshow network in India said that the response has been extremely positive. TTF Kolkata is one of the very first travel trade shows in recent times. TTF Kolkata proved that tourism professionals and travellers are eager to meet again and start the wheels of tourism, helping

Image 1.JPG

the economy and livelihoods of a huge number of people in these trying times. Response to TTF Kolkata is a strong sign that travel & tourism is gearing up for a recovery that may exceed all expectations by the next year. The three-day show came to a rousing conclusion with the Valedictory and Awards Function where participants were awarded in various categories. TTF Kolkata will be followed by TTF Ahmedabad on 23rd, 24th and 25th September. A few days later, TTF Mumbai will take place on 29th, 30th September & 1st October. The shows mark the return of physical trade shows in India’s top travel markets, signalling a strong sentiment of the tourism industry that has had such a rough patch, to come back to some sense of normalcy shortly.

Pic : Courtesy

Report : Anustup Kundu