Tourism Minister of Uttarakhand launches UTM Brochure in New Delhi

Shri Satpal Maharaj Ji, Hon’ble Minister of Tourism, Uttarakhand released the Uttarakhand Travel Mart (UTM) Brochure in New Delhi to boost Tourism. Shri Ajay Gupta, Chairman & Managing Director of UTM is also seen in the picture.

Uttarakhand Travel Mart (UTM), B2B Buyer-Seller Meet cum Travel & Tourism Exhibition will be held in Dehradun from 24th to 26th October, 2018. The event will be a strong platform for exhibitors, buyers, delegates and invitees. True to its name, the elite exhibitors participating will showcase exclusive and wide range of products and services. No other form of advertising is like face-to-face interaction with potential trade partners at one place. If you’ve exhibited before anywhere and anytime, you won’t miss the opportunity of being at this most prominent UTM. If you are new and looking for first time participation, it is an opportunity for you ought to grab.

Some of the main key features are:

  • Networking, Partnership and Branding opportunities
  • B2B Business Possibilities & Exchange of Business Ideas
  • Establish mutual relationship with Travel Trade, Tour Operators/Travel Agents
  • Find New Potential Partners, Business Contacts & Joint Ventures
  • Travel, Tourism, Hospitality, Aviation Promotion and Information Exchange
  • Presentations to buyers and travel trade partners

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