This roadshow has been cancelled.
We are considering a digital replacement and will come back to you with more information.
Background & Goals
India, a decade old initiative of Norway, Denmark & Sweden where travellers mostly visit all 3 countries together.The focus currently is the 4 metro cities: Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore & Chennai
Aprox. 80% of travel is booked via Travel agents or Tour operators
India is a highly fragmented market.This B2B activty provides and opportunity to not only meet Norwegian business partners but an opportunity to train travel professionals on the destination and showcase new regions or routes.
Type of activity
Business meetings are organised for travel trade in 3 cities to meet the visiting Scandinavian Partners. The business sessions are from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM including networking lunch.
In Delhi it is also followed by Press Briefing
Who is this for?
- Activity companies
- Other accommodation
- Incoming operator – regional
- Incoming operator – national
Indian travel companies are keen to meet Hotel chains with high inventories, small boutique and luxury hotels, Activity, soft adventure & Ground handling services, Companies that offer customised and highly personliased services, Companies that offer FIT products for small groups – all women, friends or family traveling togehter, Heritage hotels, Unique hotels, MICE DMC’s
No exceptional or prior experience required: We suggest they join the project in the beginning of the year so we can conduct overview sessions and help them plan prior to them arriving for B2B workshops.
Type of clients:
- Tour operator
- Travel agency
- Event agency
- Indepedent agents
- Online tour operators
Large companies with multiple offices across India, Regional or local small & Mid size companies that are already engaged in promoting Scandinavia, Europe and a few other potential companies that promote Australia, NZ, South Africa, USA & Cananda
We will invite decison makers, Product managers, company owners, Senior management of large companies & Operation managers