The leading names in the hospitality industry gathered at The Fern, Kadamba – Goa, for an evening of meet-and-greet with industry peers. The Big Connect event, brought together the ‘who’s who’ of the industry and was very effective in helping guests establish new connections and share knowledge whilst celebrating mutual successes and embracing further growth.
“The response and feedback from industry attendees was overwhelmingly positive. The Big Connect is a great example of how important industry collaboration is, in order to achieve business growth that we all seek”, said Rajesh Ghanshani of STAAH.
With evening progressing and dinner and drinks flowing, STAAH & RUBIQ together hosted a perfect mix of Hoteliers, leading OTA’s and PMS companies, Media and also the Goa Tourism Board. Representatives from Airbnb, Go-MMT, Yatra, OTA Insights, Nat Geo Traveller, along with many other leading hotel chains made an appearance.
“We are thrilled with the turnout. It was exciting to see the evening buzzing with professionals, sharing conversations and bonding together to identify future growth opportunities”, said Sachin Patil of Rubiq.
With hospitality industry developing at such a fast pace, industry events such as The Big Connect are an important part of keeping up to date with current and future trends.
STAAH looks forward to rolling The Big Connect, in other cities of India during the course of the year.
STAAH Ltd is a New Zealand-based technology company that specialises in cloud-based channel management and booking engine for accommodation providers to maximise online revenue. Founded by Gavin Jeddo in 2008, a pioneer in the field of distribution technology, STAAH’s industry-leading technology powers a property’s distribution through online travel agencies (OTA), direct bookings and digital marketing services. STAAH works with more than 7,000 partner properties in more than 82 countries through its operations in New Zealand, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, UAE and UK.
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