Sanskriti University organized webinar on Development and challanges in the hospitality and tourism sector after pandemic
Sanskriti School of Tourism and Hospitality has organized webinar on Development and challanges in the hospitality and tourism sector after pandemic. The hospitality and tourism sector is considered the backbone for economic growth, especially in developing countries and it is one of the worst hit sector during pandemic. The webnair was aimed to assesses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in India’s hospitality and tourism sector by addressing essential aspects such as current conditions and challenges as well as future perspects. Prof. Ratan L Sahu (Principal, Dewan IHM, Meerut) was the Keynote speaker of the Webinar.
Prof. Ratan L Sahu said that “In such a situation, the hospitality sector is seeking more support from the Government to stay afloat. The industry is pinning its hopes on the revival in domestic travel seen after waning of the Third wave. Hence, stepping up to understand and respond to changing consumer behaviour as well as adopt new practices will be essential to the recovery of the hospitality sector.”
“The global health crisis actually offers a unique opportunity to rethink prevailing business models in the hospitality space. The idea is to develop experiences that satisfy domestic as well as local needs of the communities, We need to focus on reducing looses rather than making profit. Adaptability is the key for survival and those who are seizing this opportunity are further enabling the inclusive and sustainable growth of the sector” he further added.
Along with other teachers, Sachin Gupta Chancellor, Sanskriti University was also present in the webinar. Prof. Piyush Kumar Jha made concluding remarks and also proposed vote of thanks.