Kempinski Hotels open Global Sales Offices in India

Due to growing interest in emerging markets Kempinski Hotels has opened three Global Sales Offices in India, respective in Mumbai, New Delhi and Bengaluru. Since conditions in tourism and travel have changed dramatically over the past years, India has burst on the Global tourism landscape in a big way. As the UNWTO has predicted 50 million people travelling out of India by 2020, Kempinski Hotels clearly felt the important need to cover this crucial market with a dedicated sales force.

Kempinski Hotels started their presence in India with an impressive roadshow throughout the country in February, in which 12 representatives and General Managers from various hotels were able to re-introduce Kempinski to around 300 top clients who attended the bespoke events.

“Several of our hotels are already enjoying Indian business and have for example hosted multi million dollar weddings”, says Theo Ocks, Vice President Global Sales at Kempinski Hotels. “Successful Kempinski top destinations dealing with India are so far Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Bangkok and Venice.”

“We are delighted to partner in this venture with the Nijhawan Group led by MD Ankush Nijhawan, one of the oldest and most well respected tourism groups with offices in over 40 cities throughout India and with their support we are now present in three key cities covering leisure, corporate, business and wedding travellers alike,” added Ocks.

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