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TAAI to hold its first ‘Cruise’ Convention in August 2022

TAAI Office Bearers and Managing Committee Members at both the National and Regional levels informed and invited their members to the Cruising Convention, which will take place from August 22nd to August 25th, 2022.

Jyoti Mayal, President, TAAI, commented on the event, saying that the association’s strength is in facilitating business-to-business and people-to-people contacts to support its members. As a result, we are inviting members to join us on a journey to rebuild the network and relationships after the pandemic.

Mayal has been a strong and committed travel trade professional for four decades, and she has advocated for the need for bilateral and multilateral tourism promotion even before becoming President in 2019. She stated that Singapore’s close proximity and the opportunity to promote regional tourism are critical to strengthening bi-lateral relations, developing trade, investments, and tourism, and experiencing the serene beauty of destinations such as Singapore and Penang, Malaysia.

Jay Bhatia, Vice President, TAAI added that the TAAI’s Cruising Convention will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. He said, “The Cruise-to-Cruise journey will start and end in Singapore. We’ve enlisted the help of Royal Caribbean International and will be boarding the ‘Spectrum of the Seas.’ The ‘Spectrum of the Seas,’ the world’s largest, best, and newest cruise ship, offers great food, warm hospitality, and a variety of other unique experiences.”

Those interested in learning, networking, exploring, and connecting to situations and people outside of their current situation should plan their participation as soon as possible to avoid missing out on exciting and momentous opportunities, according to Bettaiah Lokesh, Hon Secretary General, TAAI.

Shreeram Patel, Hon Treasurer, TAAI informed me that the registration opportunity will be available soon. The Cruising Convention is intended to be limited in size, but based on availability, we will accommodate the maximum number of members, Patel assured.