Condé Nast Traveller India announces first edition of Luxury Travel Fair

The event is set to take place in February 2020 in Delhi, India

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Image used for illustrarive purpose only

Condé Nast Traveller, India’s leading luxury travel resource, has announced the first edition of the CNT India Luxury Travel Fair.

The event is set to take place on 4, 5 February 2020 in New Delhi, India.

For the first time, Condé Nast Traveller India will create a platform that brings together a curated portfolio of luxury exhibitors from around the world and facilitate their meetings with select buyers from across India and the subcontinent.

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This trade fair will be an opportunity for the world’s best                 luxury hotels and accommodation, destinations, attractions, cruises, yachts, airlines and air-charters,   trains and unique luxury experiences to meet with CNT’s selective list of buyers.

A few of the buyers include luxury travel operators, wedding planners, high-end event and MICE agencies, film location            companies and leading influencers from all across India and the subcontinent.

These pre-scheduled meetings will allow exhibitors and buyers to explore business opportunities, exchange ideas and             information, and address the Indian luxury traveller better.

In addition, CNT will organise a line-up of insightful speaker sessions and networking events.

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