The Taj Sales mission concluded a few days ago on a high note. It was the second edition of the event, held again in Mumbai and Delhi. For the uninitiated, prior to launching it in the Indian market, the sales mission was undertaken in the Middle East and the UK.
57 general managers from several of the Taj’s properties participated in the event and interacted with 310 interested partners in Mumbai. Renu Basu, Senior Vice President, Global Sales, IHCL shared that Delhi saw an even larger turnout as over 1000 visitors interacted with the Taj’s team in the two days. More importantly, for the first time, international Taj properties also participated in the sales mission. There was representation from two hotels in Sri Lanka and the Maldives, a hotel in London, Langkawi and Bhutan. It was an ensemble of all the product offerings – hotels, palaces, resorts and safari.
She suggested that despite the regular interaction, the event was an opportunity for partners to understand all the developments pertaining to the Taj Hotels, Safaris, Palaces and Resorts. “They understand about new hotel properties, services, renovations and refurbishments,” she detailed. She added that all the 258 rooms including suites at The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai had been renovated. She noted that the sales mission was an opportunity to understand the expanse of the Taj’s products “without distractions.”