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TravelBullz in collaboration with Centara Hotels & Resorts organised its first ever physical networking session in New Delhi since the outbreak of Covid

TravelBullz in association with Centara Hotels & Resorts organised an event dubbed as “Let’s Talk” at Le Meridien, New Delhi, on September 3. The aim of the event was to call the entire travel fraternity to come, network and discuss.

The event witnessed Moumita Mukherjee Paul from Centara hotels and resorts sharing news about their new Centara Reserve, the 5 star deluxe properties and Centara Grand Mirage in Dubai coming up along with new properties slated to open in Vietnam, Qatar and Oman.

TravelBullz showcased their state-of-the- art B2B engine, focusing on Maldives and split stay packages, one click book package options. Travel agents and partners appreciated and liked the very user friendly interface of the booking engine for Maldives. TravelBullz also launched and showcased their dynamic packaging module showcasing Dubai products.

K. D. Singh, Founder and President, TravelBullz, reinforced Maldives as a strategic destination offering in the portfolio of TBZ and Dubai being part of the core products of TravelBullz. He also emphasised, “We all have gone through a lot of challenges during 2020 and 2021 and now is the time to come together and once again rise to the occasion and make ourselves count.”

Elaborating further on technology, he said that TravelBullz has always maintained the leadership position in the market. “We have done a lot of developments in the last 18 months keeping in mind how our travel agents get benefitted from the technology and product portfolio of TravelBullz,” he said.

Throwing light on new initiatives, Singh informed, “We have launched ‘TravelBullz Market Place’ where all the DMCs, offline or online, can join from the world. DMCs and agents have suffered a lot due to the pandemic. To reach out to new markets is extremely expensive and difficult for them in the current scenario. But with our platform, they are able to reach out to different geographies around the world. We have over 60 different nationalities who booked over the last couple of years. Any DMCs from across the world can join TravelBullz Market Place free of cost. Once DMCs upload their product on the marketplace, they can sell it anywhere in the world. It’s a very powerful tool where we are linking the supplier to the demand and moving all the offline business to the digital transactions.”


TravelBullz has invested over US$200,000 over the last 18 months and will continue to invest to offer seamless experiences to trade partners.

The travel industry appreciated the initiative of TravelBullz to hold this networking dinner and pave the way for industry partners to come together and start to host physical events.

Singh also mentioned that this was the first of the series of events that TravelBullz will be conducting in the rest of the country in the next three months.

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