The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) is working overtime to raise awareness about how the travel and hospitality industries can evolve, and lobby with the Indian government as well as several stakeholders by creating a roadmap for them.
It has launched several ventures, among them a two-day Tourism E-Conclave, monikered ‘Travel and Hospitality: What’s Next’.
It was inaugurated by Prahlad Singh Patel, Minister of State (I/C) for Culture and Tourism. The various stakeholders discussed and debated how the two of the worst affected segments will revive.
Patel said the COVID-led lockdowns had led to a situation that was “completely unprecedented” and tested leadership at all levels. He recommended that the stakeholders—private and government—should collaborate to understand what needs to be done on priority, to ensure a revival.
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