Hotel Ramanashree Richmond Circle
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... was another great experience. We were joined by Prakash Viswanathan, Director of Sales and Marketing of the JW Marriott Bengaluru, Geetha Arekal, Regional Travel Head of Northern Trust, Rohit Hangal, Director of Sphere Travel Magazine, and Amarnath Lal Das, Travel Manager for Accenture. The site visit was so productive with the different dynamics of travel managers, media, and us. Prakash was ...
In Dubai, we met with suppliers and Travel Management Companies, such as Kanoo and DNata. Although I did interact with buyers at the Executive Forum for ACTE, there were no meetings for just buyers. Today we had the distinct privilege of meeting with a group of 6 buyers. The forum was made up of travel managers from Dell, Accenture, IBM and four other companies.
Hoping to work in supplier relations one day, I viewed this as a ...
... with Satish who has launched his venture from a simple Babson idea to a global venture called Glopore IMS or Nandu who quit his job at Goldman Sachs to make a difference in India and start a website to educate people on simple health questions. Then there was Vybhav as well who on top of running a huge infrastructure company that takes on many government projects also decided to launch his ...
... following requirements as far as vehicle is concerned.
Vehicle pooling for group travel:
We are six adults and five kids. It is better if all of us could travel in one vehicle instead of seperate ones. This helps in doing our bit towards the environment. 2800 KMs driving in 3 seperate vehicles would burn a lot of fuel also add up to the pollution. Having one vehicle would be eco-friendly as well as wallet-friendly.
... a 12 day trek around the Annapurna circuit. Annapurna is a sub range of the Himalayas, my trek will take me up between the Annapurna's and the main Himalayan range, for most of the trek I should have 7000m (23,000ft) & 8000m (26,000ft) peaks on both sides of me. One thing I don't expect to have is Internet access for that time so the blog will be on hold until I return to civilization but I promise to do a good entry about the ...