organizes Product Seminar in Bangkok, Thailand organizes Product Seminar in Bangkok, Thailand (A Product of Travel Designer Group) conducted the product seminar followed by Cocktail with Dinner, for the leading Travel Agents and Tour Operators of Thailand on 25th May, 2017 at Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok (Thailand). The product seminar was attended by 80+ Top Travel partners of Thailand, wherein they were oriented about the latest offerings of “” and “Dubai Reward Trip”, in which the travel partners who get qualified after making the set amount of Online/Offline bookings as per the *T&C specified will be taken to Dubai on a Reward Trip.

During the seminar, Jaal Shah (Group Managing Director – Travel Designer Group) also facilitated the top 20 Travel Partners in Thailand Market and thanked them for their continuous support. Jaal Shah said, “The evening was a great opportunity for us to spend quality time with the valued travel partners to recognize their contribution towards the consistent growth of in the Thailand market. Overall it was a fruitful event and we will be conducting such events in the near future as well”.

The Travel Partners were excited after attending the seminar and were happy to hear about the Reward trip & new developments.

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