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Tourism technology meet from June 8

The International Conference on Tourism Technology (ICTT), being organised by the Association of Tourism Trade Organisation - India (ATTOI) in association with Kerala Tourism, will be held in the city

Published: 13th March 2017 01:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th March 2017 02:12 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

KOCHI: The International Conference on Tourism Technology (ICTT), being organised by the Association of Tourism Trade Organisation - India (ATTOI) in association with Kerala Tourism, will be held in the city from June 8 to 10.   Experts from seven countries - Andre Chow from Singapore, Billy Taylor from New Zealand, Christopher Tock from Malaysia, Donna Moritz from Australia, Lauren Cleland from the US, Nicky Kriel from the UK and Pierre Marechal from Belgium - will be attending the conference.

“Technology is all around us, and the travel and tourism sector is no exception. Using technology, such as social media platforms, tourism operators can engage with their customers and enable them to share their experiences. So, it is high time all stakeholders adapted to the changes in the sector,” said ATTOI president Anish Kumar P K.   ICTT-2017 aims to help tourism operators stay abreast with latest technology through the effective use of digital platforms. Technology will help them reach out to people across the world and make their presence noticed.  

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