TravelBullz’s The Great India Road Show a great success , adds Dubai, Singapore and Bali to its portfolio


Winner of multiple India Travel Awards, online B2B Destination Management Company TravelBullz successfully concluded  two-city roadshow titled ‘The Great India Road Show’ in Mumbai and Delhi.. The Road Show brought together more than 50 hotels and attractions from Thailand. The ‘Great India Road Show’ is a unique platform for hoteliers and travel partners to meet under one roof. Over 250 agents  each attended the event in Mumbai and Delhi. 
TravelBullz took this opportunity to announce new products and initiatives to its travel trade partners.  KD Singh, Founder & President, TravelBullz, in an exclusive to Travel Span informed that 2020 is an important year for them as the company completes 10 years and at the same time they will spring board to next level. 
Speaking on the sidelines of the event, KD Singh said, The company has been working consistently on Thailand, Macao and Hong Kong and now we are adding Dubai, Singapore and Bali.”  ” We have already added Dubai in January and the remaining two destinations will be added soon, he said.
TravelBullz is also taking significant steps on technology frontiers, “Through technology, we have integrated with 80 other suppliers around the world. Our promise is to provide best possible price to our customers in real time. We are a pure technology player,” he stated.  The API and technology business of the company is also going quite well. “Our API and technology business is growing at CAGR 300%. On the API front alone, we expect a business of 12 million this year and will help us connect customers around the world. We have already booked for 69 nationalities, and this year the figure will reach 100,” he said.   
He said that the company has registered a healthy growth, however, the later part of 2019 was a challenging one. “The situation in Hong Kong held back our growth little bit and that is why we opened new destinations in the first quarter of the year to cover up the loss,” said Singh.

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