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Berjaya Hotels & Resorts appoints Nijhawan Group as India Representative

Nijhawan Group has been appointed as the India Sales, Marketing and Public Relations representative of Berjaya Hotels & Resorts, boasting 34 hotels and resorts across 21 destinations in 8 countries.

From island resorts to city hotels in Malaysia, the group’s prominence extends across borders with the establishment of international hotels and resorts in the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Seychelles, United Kingdom, Vietnam, Japan and Iceland.

“We are elated to announce our partnership with Berjaya Hotel & Resorts as their India representative. We are dedicated to establishing unparalleled relationship with key Indian travel and media partners and foster stronger collaborations for the brand in India,” said Priyanka Nijhawan, Director- Representations, Nijhawan Group.

Being the largest hospitality group in Malaysia, Berjaya Hotels & Resorts wants to promote Malaysia as a must visit destination for Indians and showcase the USPs of the brand.

Pravir Mishra, Group General Manager, Berjaya Hotels & Resorts, on this occasion, said, “India is a very important source market for Berjaya Hotels & Resorts. We are looking at focusing on destinations like Iceland, Seychelles, United Kingdom, etc. for the Indian travellers and personalising our offerings for leisure, MICE and weddings to suit the needs of the Indian market.” “We are excited to partner with Nijhawan Group and feel that their vast B2B network and strong media relationships with transform our positioning in this market.”

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