Dr S. Radhakrishnan said, “Knowledge is not something to be packed away in some corner of our brain.” A teacher himself, he understood the value and joy of sharing knowledge. Timely mentoring can go a long way in paving a progressive future for an individual, a business, an industry and indeed a nation!
The business of travel can be complex; requiring extensive knowledge, communication and coordination between professionals across several areas. Challenges, albeit of varied nature, are faced by all, from the giants to the smaller enterprises. However, more often than not, lessons are learnt from experience.
A candle loses nothing by lighting another. Staying true to the concept of sharing, and growing knowledge, we have constituted the Ayanaant Advisory Council. It is our endeavour through the Ayanaant Advisory Council to present the Indian tourism industry leaders with a common platform for coming together with a purpose of learning and sharing industry insights and trends. More importantly, we do not want to limit the sharing of knowledge within a closed circle. The members of the Advisory Council, who are all distinguished and highly competent professionals with a passion to share knowledge, may be personally consulted to seek advice on challenges faced by the travel industry.
It is our hope that this advisory council will be of help to professionals across the country, and will benefit the industry as a whole.
“In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.”
- Phil Collins
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