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SKÅL International India and IITT - a winning combination

Author: Andrew J Wood / Date: Mon, 01/14/2019 - 02:00
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IITT in its first 3 years has grown to be India’s largest show in terms of quality and relevant footfall, and usually attracts over 15,000 trade visitors annually. 

MUMBAI, India -- IITT (India International Travel & Tourism) exhibition has been a huge success for the club members of SKÅL International (SI) Bombay who have attended the show daily. 

IITT is a grand networking and marketing platform for the travel and tourism industry. Taking place under one roof it attracts the attention from International and National tourism boards, tour operators, hotel chains, airlines, cruise lines, associations, DMC’s and many others. The 2 Day B2B and 1 Day B2C event is considered to be a not-to-be-missed event in India. 

IITT in its first 3 years has grown to be India’s largest show in terms of quality and relevant footfall, and usually attracts over 15,000 trade visitors annually. 

During this year’s exhibition, Skål India was offered a free stall in the exhibition and all Skål Bombay members were individually couriered a lanyard by IITT, so that they could attend as participants. The stall was sufficiently manned by members who took turns over the 3 days and explained to visitors the benefits of joining Skål. The club is confident of a strong result for its latest membership drive. 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Andrew J Wood

English born Andrew J Wood, is a freelance travel writer and for most of his career a professional hotelier. Andrew has over 35 years of hospitality and travel experience. He is a Skal member and a hotel graduate of Napier University, Edinburgh. Andrew is also a former member of the Executive Committe of Skal International (SI), National President SI THAILAND, Club President of SI BANGKOK and is currently SI Asia Area a.VP Southeast Asia (SEA), and Director of Public Relations Skal International BANGKOK. He is a regular guest lecturer at various Universities in Thailand including Assumption University's Hospitality School and the Japan Hotel School in Tokyo.