Exhibit At IITM
IITM is a platform for B2B and B2C travel businesses and general visitors to know about the global travel community, products, services, and advancements.
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Escalate your brand Visibility with IITM Exhibitions and Events
IITM is India’s largest travel trade platform organizing varied B2B and B2C exhibitions and events. It is one of the leading travel & tourism Exhibition Company in India organizing a wide range of events in 9 major cities of India. It aims to amplify its reach to include in its ambit a maximum number of domestic as well as international trade visitors and travel enthusiasts, thereby, unlocking new doors of inbound and outbound business potentials.
It is supported by the State Tourism Boards, Union Territories of India, International Tourism Boards and their representative companies, along with most of the Travel Associations of India which includes TAAI, OTOAI, ETAA, IATO, ADTOI, ATOAI, SKAL, etc. This provides relevant travel and tourism exposure to the participants which include a list of Hoteliers, Travel Agents & Tour Operators, Resorts, Medical Tourism & Adventure Tourism Operators or promoters from India and abroad.
IITM Chennai | 18 – 19 October 2021
South India’s biggest city has opened avenues to investments and opportunities. Chennai has historically been one of the most important commercial centres in the country, and today is among the most progressive cities of the south. A bustling metropolis is among the top five business destinations of the subcontinent. Having a full-fledged International Airport makes Chennai an ideal base to market International Tourism products and services.
An affluent and educated middle class with disposable income thanks to the boom in the IT and automobile sector has provided a perfect market segment for world-class tourism products.
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IITM Bengaluru | 22 – 23 October 2021
Bangalore is one of the fastest-growing cities in the Asia Pacific region especially in the last decade has attracted several Fortune 500 companies like IBM, Microsoft, Intel, Apple Computers, Hewlett Packard, Compaq – Digital, Wrigley’s, Siemens, Bosch Group, etc. With the advent of a strong IT focus, Bangalore has emerged as one of India’s fastest growing Outbound markets in the country.
Bangalore has also emerged as among the top five generators of tourists within the country for more than five years. With the emergence of high technology and a highly paid workforce, Bangalore is one of the highest spenders on leisure and corporate travel.
IITM Bengaluru is a platform for B2B travel businesses and general visitors to know about the global travel community, products, services, and advancements.
IITM Delhi | 26 – 27 October 2021
Delhi, officially National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT), is the largest metropolis by area and the second-largest by population in India, next to Mumbai. It is the eighth largest metropolis in the world by population with 16,753,265 inhabitants in the Territory at the 2011 Census. There are nearly 22.2 million residents in the greater National Capital Region urban area (which also includes the cities Noida, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon and Faridabad along with other smaller nearby towns)
With an estimated net State Domestic Product (FY 2007) of 118,200 Crore (US$22.46 billion) in nominal terms and 336,400 Crore (US$63.92 billion) in PPP terms, Delhi is the largest commercial centre in northern India.
The economy of Delhi has shown tremendous growth over the past few years. Delhi has a strong and vibrant economy which is quite vivid from its Gross Domestic Product. Growth in Delhi’s economy can also be attributed to the fact that several new industries have evolved over the years and contributing to Delhi’s industrial growth. These industries include jewellery, export, embroidery, silver vases, textile, fashion, corporate industries, BPO, IT, ITES and many others. The city’s economy is primarily dependent on these industries and the service industry of the city adds to the overall GDP growth.
IITM Delhi is a platform for B2B travel businesses and general visitors to know about the global travel community, products, services, and advancements.
IITM Mumbai | 29 – 30 October 2021
From its earliest days as an important commercial centre, Mumbai has today is the financial centre of India, home to the country’s largest stock exchange and the heart of its banking industry. It handles nearly a third of India’s foreign trade and is host to a large number of foreign multinationals. It is an important centre of the gem trade and film industry – Bollywood – is a national institution. For many visitors, the city is only a point of arrival, a springboard for the south or the architectural glories of the north.
An island connected by bridges to the mainland, Mumbai is the industrial hub of everything from textiles to petrochemicals and is responsible for half of India’s foreign trade. With a population of 18 million and growing, Mumbai is India’s biggest market for Travel and Tourism products and Services as well.
IITM Mumbai is a platform for B2B travel businesses and general visitors to know about the global travel community, products, services, and advancements.
IITM Ahmedabad | 12 – 13 November 2021
Ahmedabad, the largest industrial hub in Gujarat, contributes a GDP of about USD 64 billion. The city with a phenomenal growth record has been an important base of commerce, trade and industry. Ahmedabad has emerged as an important economic and industrial hub in India. It is the second-largest producer of cotton in India, and its stock exchange is the country’s second oldest. The effects of liberalisation of the Indian economy have energised the city’s economy towards tertiary sector activities such as commerce, communication and construction. Forbes’s list of fastest-growing cities of the decade ranks Ahmedabad as third.
IITM Ahmedabad is a platform for B2B travel businesses and general visitors to know about the global travel community, products, services, and advancements.
IITM Pune | 26, 27, 28 November 2021
PUNE is a historic city with a glorious past of nearly 1000 years. The city’s historical associations are with the heroic warrior king Shivaji Maharaj, the legendary Peshwas and famous freedom fighter Lokmanya Tilak. It is a significant milestone in the history of India. Pune is surrounded by Sahayadri hills and lies in the natural settings with a pleasant climate. It’s called the ‘Cultural Capital of ‘Maharashtra’ as well as ‘The Oxford of the East. The arrival of Osho Rajneesh and his followers changed this completely. The Osho Ashram put Pune on the world map and has given this deeply traditional and staid city a unique identity.
The New Silicon Valley of East, Pune is established as an IT corridor where all facilities required by the software units with export potential are available through coordinated efforts from various Government/Semi – government agencies. Electronic telephone exchanges with ISDN facilities and a network of optical fibre cables are set up. Dedicated earth stations are available for fast communication. Pune is in the guise of the upcoming Pune InfoTech Park (PIP). The environment in the vicinity bears no semblance to the huge cyber city that is in the making.
IITM Pune is a platform for B2B travel businesses and general visitors to know about the global travel community, products, services, and advancements.
IITM Hyderabad | 03, 04, 05 December 2021
The Capital of Telangana, Hyderabad is a heady mixture of heritage, traditional hospitality and now a thriving industrial base. A city that leads to Microsoft setting up its first overseas software development base has emerged as one of the fastest-growing business destinations in the country. Hyderabad has developed in its right a destination with unmatched market potential. Hyderabad since the last decade or so has made tremendous strides in the fields of Information Technology, Telecommunications; it is the most wired city in the country and also has a vibrant pharmaceuticals industry.
Having an International Airport makes Hyderabad an ideal base to market International Tourism products and services. An affluent and educated middle class with disposable income, thanks to the boom in the industrial sector of Andhra Pradesh has provided a perfect market segment for world-class tourism products.
IITM Hyderabad is a platform for B2B and B2C travel businesses and general visitors to know about the global travel community, products, services, and advancements.
IITM Kochi | 27, 28, 29 January 2022
Kochi, previously known as Cochin, is the commercial capital of Kerala. The city is one of the principal seaports of the country and is located in the district of Ernakulam, about 220 kilometres (137 mi) north of the state capital, Thiruvananthapuram. It has an estimated extended metropolitan population of about 1.5 million, making it the largest urban agglomeration and the second-largest city in Kerala after the capital. A growing centre of information technology, tourism and international trade, Kochi is the commercial hub of Kerala, and one of the fastest-growing second-tier metros in India. Major business sectors include gold and textile retailing, seafood and spices exports, information technology (IT), tourism, health services, banking, shipbuilding, and the fishing industry. Kochi is a major destination for IT and ITES companies, ranked by NASSCOM as the second-most attractive city in India for IT-based services. Having an International airport based in Cochin, it’s a ready-made gateway for International tourists visiting India and Kochi being home to a large base of NRI’s, it is a city of untapped and unmatched business potential.
IITM Kochi is a platform for B2B and B2C travel businesses and general visitors to know about the global travel community, products, services, and advancements.
IITM Kolkata | 04, 05, 06 March 2022
Kolkata is the main business, commercial and financial hub of eastern India and the main port of communication for the North-East Indian states. Kolkata is home to a major port, an international airport and many nationally and internationally reputed colleges and Institutions aimed at supplying a highly skilled workforce. According to a Pricewaterhouse Cooper’s report, as of 2009, Kolkata’s economic output as measured by gross domestic product as 104 US dollars, and ranks third among South Asian cities, behind Mumbai and Delhi. However, As of 2010, Kolkata, with an estimated Gross domestic product (GDP) by purchasing power parity of 150 billion dollars, ranked third among South Asian cities, after Mumbai and Delhi.
This apart, other big Indian software firms have already made Kolkata their hub of operations for the Eastern region of India. Of these Wipro, Infosys, TCS, Tech Mahindra, ITC Infotech, HCL Technologies, MphasiS, Genpact, Tata Interactive Systems, Ramco Systems, Firstsource, CMC Limited, NIIT Technologies, Moser Baer Ltd., Aptech IT, Aegis, Aditya Birla Minacs, Rolta India Ltd are leading the way. Owing to the recent boom in the economy of Kolkata and also the state as a whole, West Bengal is now the third fastest growing economy in the country and the city’s IT sector is growing at a rate of 70% per year — twice the national average.
IITM Kolkata is a platform for B2B and B2C travel businesses and general visitors to know about the global travel community, products, services, and advancements.