The Living Statue in India
A corporate event took place in April in Mumbai, India.   The worldwide phenomenon "the Living Statue" came all the way to India in order to entertain the guests. A poet (More...)
Aerial painters for an Indian wedding
It was nice to be back in India with some unique entertainment.   Our entertainment company was involved in the organization of a sumptuous wedding that took part at the (More...)
India events budgets growing by ’12 per cent annually’
The India meetings and events market is growing dramatically, according to a new market research study, with more than half of respondents reporting an increase in the number of events they have organised in the last 12 months.(More...)
Dubai Receives Record Number of Visitors for the First Half of Year
According to statistics released by Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) today, Dubai’s hotels welcomed more than 5.8 million tourists in the first half of 2014 –the highest number of visitors ever achieved in the first six months of the year.    (More...)
IT&CM India 2014 Kicks Off
nternational and domestic MICE professionals across India have gathered for the 2nd Incentive Travel & Conventions Meetings India (IT&CM India). This three day event which kicked off August 19th, will offer attendees a range of business, education and n (More...)
Birmingham makes passage to India to tempt tourists
Birmingham is being showcased to Indian travel agents as a leading global visitor destination, as tourist numbers from the country increase. Visit Birmingham, the city’s official leisure tourism body, is currently running a six month training programme with Kuoni Academy for travel agents (More...)
IBTM India highlights growth of country’s business events

Reed records increase in participants for 2014 event

  The confirmed participation of 100 national and global suppliers at IBTM India - to be held in Chennai this September - i (More...)
GBTA: India’s Travel Spend to Grow in 2015
The GBTA Foundation, the education and research arm of the Global Business Travel Association, has released the results of its first GBTA BTI Outlook – India report, a semi-annual (More...)
Kempinski to Open Three New Hotels in India
Kempinski Hotels is stepping up its hotel pipeline in India, announcing plans to open three new hotels in the region by 2020.     According to the Economic Times, the new hotels are planned to be located in Kolkata, Mumbai and Kerala. (More...)