The Theme of the leadership conclave in tourism is "Aatmanirbhar Bharat – Realizing India’s Tourism Potential”
COVID-19 pandemic has taken a huge toll on Indian tourism sector. The pandemic has also demonstrated the resilience of India’s people and strength of India’s leadership in containing the epidemic. Challenged by COVID-19, India has come out with the resolve to become self-reliant. “Aatmanirbhar Bharat” is a call to become vocal for local.
As a travel destination, few other nations can offer the diversity of products and experiences found in India. Tourism in India, has been growing consistently and Incredible India has been one of the most successful campaign in firmly establishing India as a tourist destination.
As India restarts tourism post pandemic, fueled by the spirit of “Aatmanirbhar Bharat”, it seeks to realize its full potential as tourism destination, crucial for India’s journey towards 5 Trillion USD Indian Economy.
The leadership conclave Indian Tourism Mart 2021 will be a knowledge platform to deliberate and debate as what will it take to realize India’s full tourism potential, to achieve the target of doubling India’s international arrivals and contributing to India’s vision of 5 Trillion USD Indian Economy.
The key note sessions at ITM will provide insights into the big picture and vision for India Tourism. The Sectoral Sessions will discuss and deliberate roadmaps and challenges in various tourism segments including Cultural Tourism, Adventure Tourism, Eco Tourism, MICE Tourism, Medical Tourism, Cruise Tourism amongst others. State Sessions will provide opportunities for the States to showcase their potential and future plans for developing tourism. The technical sessions will provide professional and operational insights into various specialized aspects of tourism.
The keynote speakers and various panels will include thought leaders from the Government and the Industry, International organizations, successful practitioners, academia and NGOs. The speakers will deliberate on the key enablers for tourism including topics such as policies, infrastructure, marketing, ease of doing business, quality of service, attracting domestic and overseas investments and fostering a culture of innovation and technology among others.
The global advisory firm KPMG is the knowledge partner to the tourism leadership conclave.