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New program to help agents sell India

Prakriti Australia has announced a new educational initiative in association with Prakriti Travel Academy, which will provide a community of learning for travel business professionals.

Prakriti Australia has been working closely with the India Tourism Office in Australia to raise awareness of India as a destination, and to assist in the education of Aussie travel agents on the experiences on offer in India.

Prakriti Australia, together with India Tourism Office, will launch the first India Destination Specialist Program for Australian travel professional on September 4, and will mark the occasion with a small gathering held at the India Tourism Office in Sydney.

The event will showcase the five module program to a select group of guests, with the program aimed at simplifying India as a destination for agents, and providing selling points by way of regions and most saleable features.

India Tourism Office assistant director Vibhava Tripathi has offered his support to the program, stating the office is excited to be involved in the initiative.

“We hope the participants will make the best use of this webinar and after successful completion of the modules the participants will be able to promote and sell India in a better way,” Tripathi said.

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