To boost domestic and outbound travel
220 exhibitors from 21 states and 5 countries
After hugely successful shows in Ahmedabad and Surat, the stage is now set for TTF, India’s largest travel tradeshow network, which opened today at Mumbai’s Nehru Centre, to woo the travel trade from the city of Mumbai and its hinterland for the peak Diwali vacation season, followed by the Winter holidays.
TTF is India's leading show for the travel and tourism industry, providing an annual opportunity to organisations from all over India and abroad to showcase their products and services. Travel trade visitors and actual tourists can interact with tourism boards, tour-operators, travel agents, hoteliers and airlines to gather information and make their national and international travel plans. TTF thus presents an unparalleled marketing opportunity for exhibitors to directly connect to the large gathering of prospective travellers and members of the travel industry.
TTF Mumbai has grown 25% over last year, with 220 exhibitors from 20 states and 8 countries, showing strong trends in the travel sector. 12 states are participating at the level of State Tourism Boards : Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Goa, Gujarat, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh. Other 9 states which are being represented through their private sector stakeholders are Andaman and Nicobar, Daman and Diu, Himachal Pradesh, Maharashtra, Puducherry, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal.
International sellers from Nepal, Maldives, Canada, and Bhutan are also be exhibiting in TTF Mumbai, along with the host country, India.
Jaykumar Rawal, Maharashtra Tourism Minister said “I am glad to learn that Fairfest Media Ltd. is organizing TTF in Mumbai from 15th to 17th September, 2017. TTF helps in creating employment, and promoting understanding, peace and harmony. It also encourages domestic tourism, the backbone of the Indian tourism industry. I am sure that TTF would go a long way in providing fillip to tourism industry in the country.”
Commenting on the significance of TTF, Sanjiv Agarwal, Chairman & CEO, Fairfest Media Ltd (organiser of TTF), remarked, “TTF West Series is designed to cater to the tourism industry in the region, the biggest tourism market in the country, at a strategically important time before the high season of Diwali”.
The first half of the 3-day show, till 2pm on Saturday, is reserved for travel trade visitors, after which the show will be open for all.
TTF Mumbai will be followed by TTF Pune (September 22-24), together comprising the biggest tourism market in India.
For more information, please visit: www.ttfotm.com