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  • Amitava Bhattacharya

    Founder Director, TourEast (a division of banglanatak dot com)
    Director
    ITB Berlin 2018
    Expanding partnership to attract cultural tourism lovers to visit art & culture based village tourism in Bengal and Goa in India and also to explore possibilities of replicating the model in other states/ countries to develop an inclusive tourism addressing SDGs. Cultural Tourism development roadmap benefitting communities and opportunities for visitors to witness culture based tourism development in West Bengal and Goa. We invite art lovers, researchers, students, institutions interested in fi…
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  • Pallab Bhattacharya

    Contact person of Alpine Nature Beyond Pvt. Ltd.
    Director
    Marketing and Communication
    ITB Berlin 2018
    For Buyers looking for innovative travel products Personalised and interactive experiential travel through the Himalayan belt of India, Nepal and Bhutan
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  • Moumita Kundu

    TourEast Coordinator
    ITB Berlin 2018
    Business Travel Houses and individual tourists willing to travel to West Bengal and Goa in India to explore Cultural Tourism. Cultural Tourism products in West Bengal and Goa.
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  • Director of Global Development Paul Nowak

    Contact person of Choose Chicago
    Director of Global Development
    Director
    ITB Berlin 2018
    Tour Operators, Product Managers, Travel Agencies, OTA's, and Airlines looking for information on new and exciting destinations in North America for Urban holidays. As the official Destination Marketing Organization of the City of Chicago, Choose Chicago's goal is to educate the travel trade attending ITB on Chicago as a destination for international travelers. We can connect you with Chicago suppliers, inform you on what is new, and provide you with the necessary resources to successfully prom…
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  • Shubhana Rai

    General Manager Sales
    ITB Berlin 2018
    The hotel started out in the mid-1880’s as a Boarding House for British Tea Planters and other Raj types on contract in the area. It became a hotel in 1939, but still purposely carries the same vibration of “personal service as private guests in our home”. Full Board of: Breakfast, Luncheon, Afternoon Tea and Dinner are offered, with Lunch and Dinner being 5-course affairs. Soft music from days gone by plays in the background, whilst white-gloved waiters quietly serve the guests at their candle-…
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