UBM India today flagged off the SATTE MumbaiWest, the Mumbai edition of SATTE 2014; India’s foremost travel and tourism sector event, at the Nehru Centre in Mumbai, The event was inaugurated by Chhagan Bhujbal, Minister for Tourism, Govt. of Maharashtra.
The second day of SATTE 2014, (scheduled till January 31st at Pragati Maidan) reflected the primary focus of UBM India for SATTE - to establish India as one of the most sought after tourism destinations on the global tourism map by bringing all the stakeholders across the globe under one roof.
Yas Island, the GCC’s favorite tourist destination, is set to participate at the upcoming SATTE, South Asia’s leading travel and tourism event, which will take place in Delhi from 29-31 January 2014. The event will provide the ideal platform to promote Yas Island among over 7,500 qualified buyers and trade visitors over three days.
The 21st edition of SATTE, South Asia’s leading travel & tourism event, will be held in New Delhi at Pragati Maidan from 29-31 2014. Over the last decade, SATTE has become an extremely popular platform providing immense opportunities for buyers and sellers from across the world to come and experience Indian culture, showcase their latest offerings and build long term business ties. It has proven to be the best avenue to promote inbound, outbound and domestic tourism and has been growing year on year.
According to UNWTO reports, the number of Indians traveling overseas is set to rise to 50 million by 2020. Industry experts believe that this is due to India’s evolving and burgeoning middle class from smaller cities who are opting for overseas travel as a result of higher disposable income.
SATTE, South Asia’s leading B2B travel and tourism event, is proud to present its official movie. The movie gives a quick overview of SATTE’s wide canvass and how it connects global tourism market with India’s tourism.
At the recently concluded Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2013, SATTE - South Asia’s leading b2b travel and tourism event, enjoyed great response among exhibitors as well as visitors.
Organised by UBM Asia’s subsidiary company UBM India, the 20th edition of South Asia’s leading B2B travel and tourism trade exhibition SATTE, was held successfully in New Delhi and Mumbai in January. Over the years, SATTE has become a flagship show in the Indian travel industry and received considerable attention from national tourism boards, Indian state tourism boards, hotel chains, airlines and tourism products from across the globe.
The 20th edition of South Asia’s leading B2B travel and tourism trade exhibition SATTE achieved immense success. Captains of the industry present at SATTE 2013 were unanimous in their opinion that SATTE has been a great networking and business transaction platform for the sector. The exhibition was inaugurated by Union Tourism Secretary, Parvez Dewan. “SATTE has become an institution; a well-founded one within India and its neighboring countries,” he said in his inaugural speech.
The Department of Tourism and Commerce marketing participated for the seventh successive year at the South Asia’s biggest travel and tourism exhibition held recently in the Indian capital New Delhi. During its 20 co-participants displayed Dubai’s attractions and tourism product, DTCM has gradually built its presence at SATTE over the last six years and continues to foresee larger inflow of buyers.
SATTE Mumbai West is an addition to SATTE Delhi which offers the opportunity to capture the potential of travel and tourism in western India. This is one of the most important events in the travel and tourism sector in India and this year it was held from January 21-22 at the World Trade Center in Mumbai.
The 20th edition of South Asia’s leading B2B travel and tourism trade exhibition SATTE, held from 16-18 January, 2013 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, achieved immense success and saw the presence of the who’s who of both Indian and global travel and tourism industries, including the Presidents of all the Indian tourism associations, representatives from the UNWTO and various National Tourist Offices, Ambassadors and High Commissioners of various countries as well as travel agents and tour operators from the industry