GACS announces its Knowledge Conclave on Travel, Tourism and Hospitality

GACS (Global Association of Corporate Services) announces its Knowledge Conclave on Travel, Tourism, and Hospitality on 15th February 2019 at The Nikunj, New Delhi. The conclave will give an insightful depth of knowledge about the upcoming trend in the travel and tourism industry.

The panel discussion is designed on emerging broad areas domains which include: ‘The Changing Face and Profile of Global Tourism and Emerging Trends in Travel and Tourism.

GACS is planning to develop a platform with corporate sectors and work on investments in tourism infrastructure, digital and travel technology, M.I.C.E etc.

The eminent speakers from Travel Industry and Professionals at the conference will include Vladimir Maric, Ambassador – Embassy of Serbia, Bejan Dinshaw, Country Manager – Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority, Chutintorn Sam Gongsakdi, Ambassador – Royal Thai Embassy, Ben Joubert, Dy. High Commissioner and Minister South Africa, Ashraf Shikaliyev, Ambassador – Embassy of Azerbaijan, Deepak Gupta, CEO Travel Shipping & Logistics – WNS Global Services (Corporate), Madan Mohan, Founder & Managing Trustee at 21 Gun Salute Heritage & Cultural Trust (Motor Tourism), Manjunath, Zomato and Jaideep Anand – Vice President Leela hotels.

“This Knowledge conclave will help to build the gap and bring synergies between Corporates and Travel and Tourism sector,” says Mr Kapil Khera (Founding member of GACS).

“The GACS objective is to work closely with the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and with the Tourism departments of various state government to promote tourism and also to work closely on special initiatives and addressing key issues catalyzing policy change at the International and Domestic level”, says Mr Rahul Lal (Founding Member of GACS).

The event will be witnessed by senior Government officials of the Ministry of Tourism Government of India and working professionals in the field of travel, tourism, and hospitality.


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