SATTE charters growth path for Indian Travel and Tourism Industry

SATTE 2016 Reflects a Positive Shift in the Travel and Tourism Industry
- Over 750+ Participants From Over 35 Countries and 28 Indian States
- Supported by UNWTO and Ministry of Tourism, Government of India

UBM India launched the 23rd edition of South Asia's leading travel trade show SATTE (29th - 31st January) at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Chief Guest, Dr Mahesh Sharma, Union Minister of State for Tourism & Culture (Independent Charge) and Civil Aviation, Govt. of India inaugurated the show and graced the occasion with his presence amongst other eminent personalities from participating countries and key people from travel and trade associations. Supported by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and UNWTO, the three day event witnessed


Highlights of SATTE 2016

  • Over 750 participants from over 35 countries and 28 Indian states
  • 20000 travel trade attendees – an increase of 28% over last year
  • Supported by the Ministry of Tourism, Incredible India, & UNWTO
  • Over 30 international and 25 domestic tourism boards

SATTE 2016 records a spectacular success

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Mahesh Sharma reiterated that the industry needs a trade platform such as SATTE that not only facilitate exchange of ideas but also create conducive atmosphere of global peace through right ‘communication.’ Complimenting SATTE and his Ministry for actively participating in the event, he requested UBM India to share the outcome of the deliberation during the various... "

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SATTE Conference 2016

Satte Lamp Lighting

SATTE provides you the ideal space to get to know what industry stalwarts are saying about the travel and tourism sector. Gain perspective and food for thought on the trends the industry records today, and get the advantage of mooting and debating current issues with the most experienced minds at the SATTE 2015 Conference

The first panel discussion of the day ‘UNWTO: The relevance of thematic tourism routes in fostering regional collaboration and prosperity’ brought together stakeholders from across the table in a discussion focused on assessing the enormous opportunity and potential to develop transnational thematic tourism routes and challenges of linking the destinations of South Asia.

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