Prevailing economic conditions have compelled the global travel industry to look at new source markets, and India stands in the top two. As we gear up for SATTE 2013, there has been a keen interest in South Asia’s leading travel mart.
The International Council of Tourism Partners (ICTP) has entered into a strategic partnership that is slated to further increase exhibitor participation at SATTE 2013 by attracting ICTP members, global destinations committed to quality services and green growth, to the event.
SATTE 2012, South Asia’s leading B2B travel and tourism trade exhibition, reinforced its premier position with a record 19th edition. Serving the inbound, domestic and outbound markets, the show, now spread over five halls at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, was inaugurated by Sanjay Kothari, Additional Secretary for the Ministry of Tourism on 10th February 2012.
SATTE 2012, to be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, from February 10-12, will see many first-time exhibitors from countries who have begun to realize the immense potential of the Indian market. For the first time at SATTE, Israel, Argentina, Japan, The Dominican Republic, and Macau will showcase the beauty of their nation to lure Indian tourists.
SATTE 2012 has added another feather to its cap. Close on the heels of the CII-SATTE conference tie-up, the UN World Trade Organization (UNWTO) has collaborated with SATTE and will make a presentation as part of the SATTE conferences program.
Scheduled to be held at Pragati Maidan, Delhi from February 10-12, 2012 & at The Leela Hotel, Mumbai from February 15-16, 2012, the mega tourism event, SATTE, will unveil its international showcase of destinations, tourism attractions, travel packages, products and services.