ATTOI (Association of Tourism Trade Organizations, India) back in 2013 did the first ICTT to impart new skill sets for our trade partners and now we are back with the 2017 edition of International Conference on Tourism Technology. This time we are going to relearn the new in technology. Apart from catchy topics taken by renowned International and Indian speakers, we have workshops to take you through the actual experience. Slated to take place from 8-10 June 2017 at Le Meridien Kochi this would be worthy investment of time and money for a better tomorrow
The idea of organizing such an event arose from the rapidly changing business scenario where the tourism fraternity is heavily dependent on technology and innovations. The transformation is so fast paced that catching up to the pace has become very difficult and by the time you adapt to one, the change may have become obsolete. The changes which are happening over the web space, travel-related software, mobile applications, the turnaround of marketing and sales trends etc inspires us to share and discuss new ideas through the platform provided by the conference.
The objective of this conference is to prepare the travel and tourism industrialists in India and neighboring countries to understand the importance of web marketing, how to use the resources available online to drive business, get inputs in adapting to the changing technology and acquiring skills to beat the competition.
ICTT India will feature eminent speakers from varied backgrounds giving talks and entertaining sessions on various tourism related topics. The idea of the conference being to help the hotels and tour operators in understanding in how to market, sell and generate business online, it would assist tour operators and travel agents to adapt to new trends and help improve generating enquiries and scaling up conversion levels. It would also be a platform for Travel Technology companies who have developed new software and mobile applications to showcase their product and discuss improvements and innovations.
It would help all those who are looking to understand how the travel technology trend was in the past, is today and will be in future. It will be super charged 2 days of insights for the experts as well as the amateurs. Besides it will be great opportunity to network with the best of the best in the trade. It would also be an opportunity to interact and link with highly-experienced speakers belonging to various nationalities and varied areas of expertise. Please note that only limited seats are available; so don't miss the opportunity; ensure your place in this one-of-a-kind conference as soon as possible!
who wants to build new client partnerships with tour operators and develop strategies to use technology for increased business.
who want to expand their business with the help of the latest technology and build partnership with major hotels and resorts in and around your featured tourism destinations
who want to develop their tourism marketing endeavors to new markets but can't figure out the ones to targetTour Options
The Cochin International Airport is well connected to major cities all across India and the world. From the airport, the main city centre is about 29 kilometres away. Buses, taxis, cabs, and trains can be used for the purpose of reaching the requisite destination from the airport.
Cochin has a strong network of Kerala State Run Transport Corporation (KSRTC) bus services that connects it to all the major cities in Kerala and with some of the major cities in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Air-conditioned deluxe Volvo bus services are available from Cochin to cities such as Hyderabad, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and Trivandrum.
Cochin is well connected to all the major railway stations in India. Most of the Kerala bound trains have a stop at either of the two railway stations in Cochin – Ernakulam Town Station and Ernakulam Junction Station. From the railway station, one can board a bus, a taxi or a cab to reach the required destination in Cochin.
Kochi (also known as Cochin) is a city in southwest India's coastal Kerala state. It has been a port since 1341, when a flood carved out its harbor and opened it to Arab, Chinese and European merchants. Sites reflecting those influences include Fort Kochi, a settlement with tiled colonial bungalows and diverse houses of worship. Cantilevered Chinese fishing nets, typical of Kochi, have been in use for centuries.
The Mattancherry Palace is a Portuguese palace popularly known as the Dutch Palace, in Mattancherry, Kochi, in the Indian state of Kerala features Kerala murals depicting Hindu temple art, portraits and exhibits of the Rajas of Kochi.
Marine Drive is a picturesque promenade in Kochi, Kerala, India.It is built facing the backwaters, and is a popular hangout for the local populace. Ironic to its name, no vehicles are allowed on the walkway.