Global Tourism Council goes live

After two years of relentless forethought on its work and values, the Global Tourism Council (GTC) is finally launched and comes into force effective 9th December, 2016.

The core team of Global Tourism Council—Advisors, Business Entrepreneurs & Tourism leaders represent the best of the breed from across all the sectors of the industry. GTC’s key focus is on increasing Tourism, Destination Promotion, Education, Real Estate & Tourism  Investment between India and abroad.

Global Tourism Council is a coming together of the best professionals from across India and the world as knowledge partners with a commitment to advancement of the global trade & tourism industry.

Expressing his views on this initiative, Rajiv Duggal said, “We are elated at the launch of the Global Tourism Council, bringing together distinguished members with years of experience to play the role of advisors to the travel & tourism professionals. With GTC, we will partner with trade & tourism professionals and help felicitate partnerships. With the Global Tourism Council, we will finally be able to guide the industry in the right direction.”

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