IATO debates on ‘Marketing – stop serving old wine in a new bottle.’

IATO debates on ‘Marketing – stop serving old wine in a new bottle.’

IATO debates ‘Marketing – stop serving old wine in a new bottle.’ Penalists moderated by Rajeev Kohli exchange experiences and innovative marketing ideas. Marketing remains a big challenges for Indian Tourism. Yesterday, Tourism Secretary, Govt. of India, Rashmi Verma informed delegates that MoT will soon launch Incredible India 2.0 campaign.

Experts including Rajeev Kohli believe that Incredible India has lived its life it should be completely junked away, however some want it should be rewamped.

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