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Skal International Bombay (144) to host the Skal National Congress in Mumbai

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The much-awaited annual celebration of the National Congress is finally set to unfold in Mumbai this year, by Skal International Bombay (144) along with the support of the National Board of Skal International India.

This mega celebration will take place from September 16-18, 2022. Founded in 1934, Skal International is the only professional organisation promoting global tourism and friendship, uniting all sectors of the tourism industry and boasts of having 12,250 members from over 322 clubs, spanning almost 100 countries. India alone hosts 1,200 members covering 42 Travel, Tourism and Hospitality verticals.

The Congress is a milestone event and is a great opportunity for all the stakeholders to showcase their best and at the same time, it is an invaluable opportunity for those attending, to be able to network with the best and with like-minded colleagues and friends from across India. The support garnered from the state tourism boards and various International tourism boards promise to make the event an unmissable one.

The B2B Conclave will showcase many Domestic and International Tourism Boards, Travel partners and Hoteliers who will have stalls at the venue. Keeping with the theme of Unity and Recovery, they have carefully curated a stellar panel of motivational speakers, panel discussions and ample time for networking and B2B interactions. There will also be a lot of emphasis on Young Skal at the Congress.

The spirit of unity and recovery will be ever-present and visible at a regional and national level with a highly focused and concise B2B session where members will interact, network and most importantly forge strong professional ties for their respective businesses and ventures. The inaugural sessions will kick-start the Congress on September 16 amidst huge fanfare and celebration. Cultural events highlighting the host city, state, and nation and the announcement of the Auction winners promise to set the tone for an exciting event.

Sk. Sunil VA, President of Skal Club of Bombay said, “We are looking at welcoming fellow skalleagues from 16 clubs across the country along with several of our travel colleagues. The registrations are on, and we look forward to meeting all of you at one of the largest Skal events of the year thereby making it a huge success and reinstating the spirit of unity amongst friends and helping each of us recover.”