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Travel Specialists forays into Travel Representation space; partners with 2 DMCs

New Delhi-based Travel Specialists LLP, a B2B company established in 2017, is the latest to foray into the Travel Representation and Marketing space. This development comes at a time when outbound travel has started picking up pace with border restrictions being lifted gradually.

As a first step, Travel Specialists has been signed on to represent and promote Orama Travels of Greece and Fun Travelz of London, both destination management companies (DMCs), in the Indian market.

Commenting on this diversification of business, Rajiv Duggal, Director, Travel Specialists, LLP, said, “Travel Specialists is a marketing and representation company that shall introduce quality services and products from across the world to its Indian travel counterparts, and the aim is to bring 4-5 quality experiences in the year ahead.”

Duggal went on to say, “Greece which is on every traveller’s bucket list is what we are going to offer the trade, but focusing on unique experiences beyond the usual itinerary, and Orama Travels Greece is just that partner we shall represent.”

“With my years of experience managing international travel, what I have realised is that the pain is ground logistics all over Europe, that coach confirmation, last minute airport transfer, local sightseeing , meet and greet services or quality car hire is what the agent needs to trust a service provider for. We shall endeavour to service that very need via our UK partner Fun Travelz, based out of London city.”

Duggal is of the opinion that India is going to emerge as one of the largest outbound business generators in the next five years; the market is large enough to consume any service and product that shall be introduced, and if it is of quality it will definitely be supported by the trade. “It’s a humble beginning, and I have full confidence in what Travel Specialists will offer, and how the travel trade will support it, after all the relationships with the trade is that of friends.”

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