TravClan spreads its arms in Tier II and Tier III cities through networking events for travel agents. The company is bringing about a digital empowerment of travel agents with tech-based solutions and networking support.
TravClan is organizing a pan-India series of networking events in Tier II and Tier III towns for travel agents. The recent events in Kanpur and Jalandhar mark their latest stint in this nationwide endeavor. The aim is to provide travel agents in smaller towns across India with a strong digital infrastructure, promoting growth by keeping them updated on the latest trends in the travel industry.
The events in Kanpur and Jalandhar attracted numerous enthusiastic travel agents, facilitating one-on-one interactions with TravClan’s team, who shared insights into how travel agents can leverage the technology and solutions offered by the company to expand their businesses. The events saw participation from over 2000 travel partners, gaining insights into upcoming international destinations such as Dubai, Vietnam, and Bali. TravClan introduced innovative travel products, services, and information on upcoming destinations that will disrupt the Indian travel market in the upcoming season.
Swati Shukla from Karwaan Tours praised TravClan’s support, stating, “It was an amazing opportunity to meet with individuals who share a similar vision for the industry. The insights shared were in-depth and helpful. The practical tech solutions and customized offerings for travel agents were the real differentiators for me. The company’s introduction of dedicated account managers highlights their concern for their partners’ journey and success.”
Chirag Agrawal, TravClan, added, “We are witnessing an unprecedented surge in travel demand from all over India, with Tier II/Tier III cities at the forefront of this boom. The Government of India has accelerated the development of superior road and rail connectivity to major destinations, fueling the growth of domestic tourism from smaller cities. New airports are being launched to connect previously unconnected areas, and international flights are increasing. Overall, per capita income and thus discretionary expenses are increasing. These developments will make travelers from Tier II and Tier III towns dominate the outbound travel market in the future.”