MUMBAI, India, Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA), has opened a representative office in Mumbai, India.
The 11th, in a network of offices around the globe, the office is set to tap into one of the fastest-growing outbound tourism markets in the world, second only to China.
Rashed AlQurese, Chief Marketing and Promotion Officer at QTA, said, "The rapid growth of India's outbound tourism market in recent years, coupled with QTA's intensified efforts, to diversify and grow visitor source markets, makes it the right time to establish our on-the-ground presence in India."
QTA's representative office in India, will oversee a wide range of promotional initiatives, including workshops, sales visits, travel agent destination training, through QTA's online Tawash programme, partnerships with tour operators, familiarisation trips, media campaigns and a variety of innovative activities, to raise Qatar's profile as leisure and business tourism destination, among Indian tourists.
Source: Nam News Network