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TTF Chennai 2024 Receives Good Response

  • March 15, 2024
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TTF Chennai 2024 Receives Good Response

The 3-day TTF Chennai opened today at the Chennai Trade Centre

TTF Chennai commenced today at the Chennai Trade Centre, hosting a grand tourism showcase, uniting a diverse range of travel and hospitality brands from India and across the world.

The 3-day show, scheduled from March 15th to 17th promises to be bigger and better than before. With over 160 exhibitors from 3 countries and 16 Indian states showcasing their products, attendees can expect a wealth of travel trade opportunities.

As part of the TTF series, TTF Chennai is dedicated to providing an effective marketing platform to promote tourism to and from South India. It serves as a pivotal opportunity for the travel trade community from Chennai and Tamil Nadu to connect, network, and conduct business with exhibitors from across the country and beyond.

Tamil Nadu, the Host State of TTF Chennai, continues to extend its support to the event. The state’s active participation underscores its commitment to showcasing its rich tourism offerings.

Several other State Tourism Boards including Bihar, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Kerala, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Delhi, Gujarat, Jharkhand, and Telangana are also presenting their diverse attractions with large pavilions, accompanied by a significant representation of private hoteliers and tour operators. TTF Chennai witnesses enthusiastic participation from private sector entities across India and abroad. Countries represented at the show include Nepal and Thailand. The Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, maintains a prominent presence at the event, highlighting and showcasing its ongoing initiatives.

The 3-day event features dedicated B2B sessions in the initial 1.5 days (trade only) and is open to all for the following 1.5 days (B2B and B2C).

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