Event Capital to host Times Travel Show and Backpackers Summit 2018
Event Capital (a Laqshya Media Group Company) is introducing first of its kind travel exhibition titled the “Times Travel Show” and Backpackers Summit 2018. The event will be held on 24th– 25th February 2018 at MMRDA Grounds, BKC Mumbai.
The Times Travel Show is curated to offer travelers, leisure travelers, backpackers, holiday travelers, adventures, trade members, trade professionals, business travelers and corporate MICE a platform to witness the offerings made by various travel agents, hotels/resorts, Airlines, Cruise Liners and many more. It is a one-stop platform for information, discussion and entertainment related to travel.
The Times Travel Show will witness a host of industry leaders from the hospitality and travel industry, who will give visitors a broadened outlook towards domestic and international travel. The Backpackers Summit 2018 will hold a number of panel discussions presided by various industry bigwigs covering a wide range of topics like Travel IPs, Solo Travel, Adrenaline seekers, wildlife tourism to name a few. There will be masterclasses and movie screenings on travel entrepreneurship, travel and content writing, travel photography, tent pitching and many more.
The most interesting professionals and enthusiasts from the travel and conversation industry will share inspiring personal journeys of success and achievements. Industry leaders, spokesperson and contributors will exchange thoughts, discuss relevant issues and trends and resolve conflicts to engage audiences on the existing universe of travel and conversation.
Deepak Choudhary, Co-Founder & Director, Event Capital, said, “We are very excited to introduce the Times Travel Show and Backpackers Summit 2018 in India. The show will be a great experience to all the passionate travelers and backpackers to visit and witness the offerings made by the wide array of exhibitors. India’s domestic travel market is set to grow at 11.2% to $48 billion by 2020. We at Event Capital are trying to make a very small contribution to this and boost the travel industry.”