Qatar Tourism hosts roadshow in Mumbai & Delhi

40 Qatari partners target ‘priority market’, India
2023-09-23
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Qatar Tourism hosts roadshow in Mumbai & Delhi

About 200 Indian travel partners turned up for the roadshow in the two cities

Terming India as one of its 15 priority markets, Qatar Tourism taps into the Indian travellers segment with a two city roadshow across Mumbai and Delhi that showcased the diverse offerings of this Middle Eastern country.
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Qatar Tourism says it recently hosted a delegation of 40 hospitality partners in a roadshow across Mumbai and New Delhi, anchoring Qatar’s commitment towards the Indian travel market. According to a press statement, about 200 Indian travel partners turned up for the roadshow in the two cities.

Qatar Tourism says India is one of its 15 priority markets identified in its long-term strategy which aims to make Qatar the fastest growing tourism destination in the Middle East by 2030.

The statement says that the roadshow highlighted Qatar’s tourism offerings that encompasses world-class hotels and resorts, premium leisure and entertainment venues and a rich cultural experience that creates a memorable holiday experience. 

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Qatar Tourism says India is one of its 15 priority markets identified in its long-term strategy

Included in the roadshow, led by Qatar Tourism, were destination management companies, hotels, airlines, cruise liners, and attraction providers such as Zulal Wellness Resort by Chiva-Som, Al Messila,  Ritz Carlton Doh and St Regis Doha.

Philip Dickinson

Philip Dickinson

“Qatar Tourism is committed to expanding and deepening its outreach to valuable partners and stakeholders in India. We are thrilled by the opportunity to engage with hundreds of travel companies to showcase Qatar’s unmatched tourism offering and we trust that this roadshow will help pave the way toward further exciting collaborations and partnerships in this priority market. With visa-free travel, a few short hours of flight, and a captivating tourism experience that extends from the desert to the sea, we believe Qatar is truly an ideal destination for holiday-seekers from India. We look forward to further engagements in the near future that allow us to continue elevating Qatar’s position in international markets and demonstrating the richness of Qatar as a tourism destination,” says Philip Dickinson from International Markets at Qatar Tourism. 

The board says that its roadshow featured insightful presentations, interactive discussions and networking opportunities over the two days. In addition, Qatar Tourism created two specialised sideline events on wedding planning in Qatar, which brought together some of India’s leading wedding planners and showcased ten of Qatar’s finest wedding venues, opulent hotels, world-class amenities and service providers. From desert-inspired ceremonies to beachside vows and lavish indoor festivities, the events aimed to present Qatar as a getaway destination for luxury weddings. 

The statement adds that Qatar is also gearing up for an active social calendar in the months ahead, with the soon-to-be-hosted Formula 1 Qatar Airways Qatar Grand Prix 2023 from October 6–8 and the annual Qatar MotoGP from November 7–19 for the 2023 World Championship. Additionally, the peninsular Arab country will also host the prestigious Geneva International Motor Show (GIMS) for the first time from October 5–14.

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