As economies unlock and hotels start operating in the ‘new normal’, the expectation for customer experience will be higher than ever.
The coastal city of Melbourne is Australia’s second-largest and the capital of the state of Victoria. It has a varied demography with almost of a quarter of its population born overseas and Indians forming a large chunk of that multi-cultural group and Islam, Hinduism and Sikhism among its top five religions.
Nagpur is often referred to as the 'Orange city' of India because of the juiciest varieties of the fruit found in its orchards. It is the winter capital and the third largest city of Maharashtra, after Mumbai and Pune. Nagpur is also referred to as the second capital of the state, as many of the government offices are based in the city. Among the greenest cities of India, Nagpur’s parks and wildlife sanctuaries help create its scenic landscape. The easy [...]
Tel Aviv is the financial hub of Israel on the Mediterranean coastline. As the country’s tech hub, the city is known for its zest for life and as the place that never sleeps. Narendra Modi will become the first Indian Prime Minister to visit this city in July.
Dr Jyotsna Suri is a stalwart in the Indian hotel industry, who recently expanded her group’s footprint to the UK with The Lalit London. ‘India Global Business’ caught up with this jet-setting Global Indian to get her views on Indian hospitality and its worldwide impact. Please give your overview on the Indian hotel industry and its growth patterns over recent years. The Indian hotel industry has been on an upswing in the last few years. The improvement in infrastructure and [...]
Chandigarh is a Union Territory in North India which serves as the capital of both Punjab and Haryana. With world-renowned architecture, Chandigarh claims to be among the best-planned cities of India. The city, named after an ancient temple called Chandi Mandir, is a visible attempt at balancing modernity with environmental preservation. Designed by the well-known Swiss-French modernist architect Le Corbusier, Chandigarh sits comfortably as a cosmopolitan hub on the confluence of two important states. Popular Fairs & Festivals: Festival of [...]
Jaipur, the largest city of Rajasthan, prides itself for its magnificence and vibrancy. Popularly known as the Pink City because of the colour of the stone used exclusively in the walled city, Jaipur’s creation dates back to 1727 – when Jai Singh II established it as India's first planned city. With splendid fortresses, majestic palaces, tranquil temples and beautiful havelis, Jaipur has proved an attractive tourist destination over centuries. Other than these captivating attractions, Jaipur is also home to exquisite handicrafts and [...]
Amritsar, or as the locals pronounce it “Ambarsar”, is arguably Punjab’s most well-known cities. Its fame is largely the result of the Golden Temple, considered the holiest shrine for Sikhs around the world. However, the city has much more to offer beyond its famous golden-domed spiritual heart. Its colonial past sits comfortably with its economically vibrant present, with old Victorian buildings jostling for space alongside massive malls. Top Attractions Golden Temple – Also known as Sri Harmandir Sahib and Sri [...]
The seaside town of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil will play host to the Olympics in August 2016. As all eyes are currently on this city famed for its carnivals, ‘India Global Business’ prepares a handy guide for those planning to make the most of the business opportunities the city has to offer against the backdrop of this great sporting event.