Jordan Tourism Board conducts B2B Roadshow in Mumbai

Jordan Tourism Board recently conducted a Roadshow in Mumbai with 9 partners – Air Arabia, United Travel Agency, Travco Tours, Dakkak Tours, Emirates, Friends Tours, Jordan Tours, Karma House Travel, La Beduina Tours and Oman Air.

The aim of the Roadshow was to meet the city’s premium travel agents and tour operators to discuss hotels, transportation, flights and much more to Jordan to enable the agents to plan the perfect MICE, wedding, honeymoon or holiday to Jordan!

The Roadshow were conducted keeping in mind to associate air, land, hotels, excursions and all other arrangements on one platform, and to make Jordan a strong contender in their itineraries for the coming season.

The event was attended by Ashit Taneja, Country Manager, Jordan Tourism Board’s Representative Office in India along with Think Strawberries team, which handles the Sales, Marketing and PR & Media for Jordan Tourism Board in India.

He commented, “These Roadshows offer a fantastic opportunity for the travel agent and tour operator community to connect with B2B segement and directly with JTB to help them drive more business and numbers towards the destination. We are very pleased with the outcome of the Roadshow in Mumbai as well as the last one in New Delhi; and are looking at them as pre-cursors to a fantastic 2018 with many more growth opportunities for Jordan.”

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