The Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI), Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh Chapter, proudly marked its 18th anniversary with a grand celebration in Indore. Established as the oldest and largest association in the states, the chapter has played a pivotal role in shaping and advancing the travel and tourism industry.
The commemorative event, held at The Park Hotel Indore, brought together esteemed members, industry leaders, and key stakeholders. Notably, the celebration witnessed the participation and warm welcome of past chairmen, secretaries, and treasurers, a testament to the enduring spirit and unity of the association.
Chapter Chairman, Mr Hemendra Singh Jadon, extended his heartfelt gratitude to the former office bearers for their invaluable contributions and shared insights. The event served as a platform for reflection on the transformative journey of the association over the past 18 years.
Highlighting the dynamic nature of the tourism sector, the former office executive members engaged in a thoughtful discussion on the evolving landscape and outlined a comprehensive plan for the tourism development of the state. Their collective expertise and vision aimed to propel the industry to new heights.
A significant aspect of the celebration was the proactive engagement with airline officials. TAAI recommended the addition of new national and international sectors from Indore, reinforcing the chapter’s commitment to enhancing connectivity and accessibility for travelers.
The program concluded with a gracious vote of thanks delivered by Secretary Mr. Amit Navlani. His expressions of gratitude extended to all attendees, participants, and collaborators who contributed to the success of the event.
As TAAI Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh Chapter embarks on its 19th year, the association remains dedicated to fostering collaboration, driving innovation, and promoting the sustainable growth of the travel and tourism industry in the region.