Nostalgic travel and tourism interaction by GPS at Nagpur
The Voice of Chandigarh News | By H.C.Gera (Special Correspondent)
Nagpur was in nostalgic mood. GPS organised an event at Hotel Centre Point Nagpur with full gusto where more than 200 tour operators, agents and other stake holders flocked together to navigate the tourism industry in a profitable direction despite imposing of service tax and other levies by the Government of India. The main attraction was the knowledge sharing seminar which helped the participants from the travel and tourism industry for business growth and to tackle the effects of demonetisation, to learn the management tricks and groom the business in a corporate way. In today’s scenario the tour operators and other stake holders connected with tour and travel trade are worried a lot. It is understood that due to imposing of the service tax the tourism industry is going to suffer a lot. Keeping this in view, GPS arranged knowledge sharing seminar by inviting the experts who could throw light on the burning issues relating to the industry. The seminar was not only educative but indeed quite helpful in solving the present day problemswith certain concrete solutions. The various interesting topics were covered by the experts with wide ranging issues like Product presentations, Cyber Security,
Travel Business, Art of Guerrilla Marketing and Redefining Travel Commerce. The presentation on Goods & Service Tax (GST) by CA Manish Gadia covered several issues relating to GST. The topic covered by Gadia ‘Learn how GST will affect your business-Take informed decisions’ led to interactions for clarification of doubts from many enthusiastic participants. With elucidative examples by the experts resolved majority of the issues and confusions from the minds of the tour operators. The other topics covered by the experts divulged the details of their products. The evening was equally exciting when the guests were entertained by the fire dancer and soulful music rendered by 16 years old young boy, Jairaj Manchanda (Acoustic Singh) who shot into fame on YouTube through his melodious songs.
GPS is indeed into the business when it stands with its tour operators and stake holders for boosting their business to a new level.
Long Live GPS!!!