Seychelles Tourism conducts destination training in Surat and Nagpur
Seychelles has seen a steady growth in inbound tourism from India with more than 10,000 passengers till September 2018. India is the top 6th source destination for Seychelles and is seeing an increase in traffic from tier two cities of India
In order to facilitate and further strengthen trade relations in small potential cities in India, Seychelles Tourism Board successfully completed destination trainings in Surat and Nagpur in the month of September 2018.
SURAT Meet by Seychelles Tourism Board
The workshops were conducted to engage a new set of tour operators who have the potential to promote the destination and equip them with information and details about Seychelles.
NAGPUR Meet by Seychelles Tourism Board
Events were attended by 25-30 companies in each city, which included destination presentations followed by question and answer and networking sessions. While the training was conducted by Shakambri Soni from Seychelles Tourism Board, Neeti Bhatia, GM-Marketing and PR at Blue Square Consultants orchestrated the networking sessions ensuring quality meetings.
SHAKAMBRI SONI delivering the training
SHAKAMBRI SONI with NEETI BHATIA
Seychelles has seen a steady growth in inbound tourism from India with more than 10,000 passengers till September 2018. India is the top 6th source destination for Seychelles and is seeing an increase in traffic from tier two cities of India.
Commenting on the success of the workshops, Lubaina Sheerazi, COO, Blue Square Consultants, Seychelles Tourist office India, said, ‘The workshop format is a great way of engaging many new and upcoming agents in any city, it gives a common platform for all to get information and support from the tourism board. Limiting the presentation to around 30 companies ensures good one to one interaction between the tourism board representative and invited operators and leads to more serious business meetings between the two. Seychelles is now a choice of destination for target audiences beyond honeymooners and metro cities and penetration into tier two cities through this format provides a larger stage to initiate and nurture quality B2B interaction.’