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Alpa Jani launches marketing consultancy firm ‘Ace Connect’

Seasoned tourism marketer Alpa Jani has launched a professional consultancy firm ‘Ace Connect’ with a vision to offer destinations, hotels and tourism products, a sustainable presence, visibility, and growth in the Indian market.

Ace Connect provides an edge in understanding the travel trade fraternity and enables to strategically link them to the right channel partners. It aims to help the hospitality, travel and tourism industry and its partners grow, by offering a whole gamut of services and solutions complying with their expectations, and working towards meeting their objectives, targets, and goals.

Services offered by Ace Connect will include partner relationship management, business development, travel trade partnerships, advocacy, sales and marketing strategies and implementation, public relations, and digital marketing solutions.

Covering a span of 22 years of well-spread experience in the tourism industry and serving reputed organisations such as South African Tourism, South African Airways and Thomas Cook, Jani is equipped with an in-depth perspective of the travel field and has gained immense respect for her work and contribution to the industry.

Commenting on the launch, Alpa Jani, CEO & Founder, Ace Connect says, “Reliability, domain experience and repute are key factors for forging new partnerships. We at Ace Connect will work as an extended valued advisor and partner on an operating model that’s designed to evolve and reflect the accelerated pace at which the sales and marketing landscape is moving in India.”

She added, “With a growing economy, young population, and growing middle class, India is positioned to become one of the most lucrative outbound tourism markets in the world, in the years to come. It is an exciting period for us to enter the market, identify the growth potential and need gaps and further add value and collaborate with our travel trade partners in driving and achieving their mission successfully.”

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