Travelbullz and Scoot Host Exclusive Networking Dinners for Chennai and Coimbatore Travel Agents

TravelBullz, a dynamic player in the wholesale travel business and the leading DMC in Southeast Asia, partnered with Scoot, a prominent LCC offering extensive flight options to Southeast Asia, to host exclusive networking dinners
for travel agents from Chennai and Coimbatore. This collaborative initiative aimed to strengthen partnerships and foster greater collaboration within the travel industry in South India.

The events provided a unique platform for travel agents to interact directly with officials from both TravelBullz and Scoot, emphasizing the strategic importance of Chennai and Coimbatore as key markets to engage and expand their reach in the region.

Mr. Kanwer Deep Singh, Founder and President of TravelBullz, expressed his enthusiasm for the event, stating, “We are delighted to partner with Scoot in organizing this initiative. These events not only facilitated valuable networking opportunities but also allowed us to showcase TravelBullz’s expertise in delivering exceptional travel
experiences across Southeast Asia.”

The evenings featured interactive networking sessions, insightful presentations and discussions on upcoming travel trends in the region and exclusive offerings from both the companies.

Mr. Brian Torrey, General Manager, West Asia & India, from Scoot commented, “It is indeed a pleasure to co-host the networking events with TravelBullz. We are excited to meet our trade partners who support us throughout and focus on Scoot’s excellent flight connections via Singapore. Scoot currently operates flights to 6 destinations in Thailand including Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Hat Yai, Krabi and the newly launched flight to Koh Samui, with plans to add more to our flight network in Southeast Asia. The latter 3 destinations are served by Scoot’s newest Embraer E190-E2 fleet which entered into service in May.”

The enthusiastic participation of travel trade and representatives from both TravelBullz and Scoot underscored the strong interest and strategic importance of Chennai and Coimbatore in the travel landscape of South India.