In an effort to highlight the tourism potential of Himachal Pradesh, the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry along with the support of Himachal Pradesh State Government is organising ‘Destination Himachal-Shimla Mega Mart, Indo Pak Edition’ for the second time at Shimla from 3 to 7 June.
“Besides the tourism potential, Himachal Pradesh offers special facilities for entrepreneurs to set up their business to boost tourism as well as infrastructure requirement of the state. By holding this event we hope to bring Himachal prominently on the international tourism and investment radar,” said Ambrish Jaipuria, Chairman, H.P Committee, PHD Chamber.
“Destination Himachal will be a five-day conclave and exhibition from June 3 to 7. During the conclave various seminars shall be organised related to energy conservation, education, infrastructure, tourism etc besides the B2B interactions between Indian Tourism Industry representatives and their counterparts abroad; prospective investors and State Government for setting up tourism projects”, Dalip Sharma, PHD Chamber’s Regional Director said.
The five day tourism exhibition & mega mart will be an opportunity for Industry, Entrepreneurs & Corporate from within the country and various South Asian Countries to showcase their vast potential.
The exhibition will have world-class infrastructure to accommodate a large number of exhibitors, tourists and delegations from India and abroad. A large number of exhibitors from Pakistan and other countries besides a sizeable exhibitor base from within the country are expected to participate and showcase their products in the category of Home Interiors, Textiles, Consumer Goods, Handicrafts, Consumer brands etc.
More than 50,000 tourists and business visitors are expected to visit the Event during the period of 5 days.
“The aim is to bring stakeholders, tourists, industry leaders, travel writers and tourism departments of different states and overseas and tourism boards at one platform,” mentioned Dhian Chand, Member Managing Committee, PHD Chamber.
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