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Slide 2: 

Presentation on sector analysis Tour & Travel Submitted to:- Prof. Rishabh Nayyar Submitted by:- Ajay Singh Amit Singh Avanish Dwivedi Vikas Pandey

Important Facts About Tourism India 08 : 

Important Facts About Tourism India 08

Important Facts About Tourism India 08 : 

Important Facts About Tourism India 08

Important Facts About Tourism India 08 : 

Important Facts About Tourism India 08

Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India, 1996-2009 : 

Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India, 1996-2009

Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India, 1996-2008 : 

Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India, 1996-2008

Month-wise Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India, 2007-2009 : 

Month-wise Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India, 2007-2009

Month-wise FTAs in India, 2007-2009 : 

Month-wise FTAs in India, 2007-2009

Foreign Exchange Earning (FEE) (in US$ Million) from Tourism in India, 1996-2009 : 

Foreign Exchange Earning (FEE) (in US$ Million) from Tourism in India, 1996-2009

FEE (In USS$ Million) from Tourism in India, 1996-2008 : 

FEE (In USS$ Million) from Tourism in India, 1996-2008

Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEE) (in Rs. Crore) from Tourism In India, 1996-2009 : 

Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEE) (in Rs. Crore) from Tourism In India, 1996-2009

FEE (in Rs. Crore) from Tourism in India, 1996-2008 : 

FEE (in Rs. Crore) from Tourism in India, 1996-2008

Month-wise Foreign Exchange Earning (FEE) (in US$ Million) from Tourism in India, 2007-2009 : 

Month-wise Foreign Exchange Earning (FEE) (in US$ Million) from Tourism in India, 2007-2009

Month-wise FEE (in US$ Million) from Tourism in India, 2007-2009 : 

Month-wise FEE (in US$ Million) from Tourism in India, 2007-2009

Month-wise Foreign Exchange (FEE) (in Rs.Crore) from Tourism in India : 

Month-wise Foreign Exchange (FEE) (in Rs.Crore) from Tourism in India

Month-wise FEE(in Rs. Crore) from Tourism in India, 2007-2009 : 

Month-wise FEE(in Rs. Crore) from Tourism in India, 2007-2009

Top 10 Source Countries for Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India in 2008 : 

Top 10 Source Countries for Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India in 2008

Percentage share of Top 10 source countries for FTAs in India in 2008 : 

Percentage share of Top 10 source countries for FTAs in India in 2008

Number of Indian National Departures from India, 1996-2008 : 

Number of Indian National Departures from India, 1996-2008

No. of Indian Departures from India, 1996-2008 : 

No. of Indian Departures from India, 1996-2008

Number of Domestic Tourist Visits to all States in India, 1996-2008 : 

Number of Domestic Tourist Visits to all States in India, 1996-2008

No. of Domestic Tourist Visits To all States in India, 1996-2008 : 

No. of Domestic Tourist Visits To all States in India, 1996-2008

Number of Foreign Tourist Visits to all States in India, 1996-2008 : 

Number of Foreign Tourist Visits to all States in India, 1996-2008

No. of Foreign Tourist Visits to all States in India, 1996-2008 : 

No. of Foreign Tourist Visits to all States in India, 1996-2008

Share of Top 10 States of India in Number of Domestic Tourist Visits in 2008 : 

Share of Top 10 States of India in Number of Domestic Tourist Visits in 2008

Percentage share of Top 10 States in Domestic Tourist Visits in 2008 : 

Percentage share of Top 10 States in Domestic Tourist Visits in 2008

Share of Top States of India in number of Foreign Tourist Visits in 2008 : 

Share of Top States of India in number of Foreign Tourist Visits in 2008

Share of Top 10 States of India in Number of Foreign Tourist Visits in 2008 : 

Share of Top 10 States of India in Number of Foreign Tourist Visits in 2008

Share of India in International Tourist Arrivals in World, Asia &the Pacific Region, 1996-2008 : 

Share of India in International Tourist Arrivals in World, Asia &the Pacific Region, 1996-2008

Share of India in International Tourism Receipts in world, and Asia & the Pacific Region, 1996-2008 : 

Share of India in International Tourism Receipts in world, and Asia & the Pacific Region, 1996-2008

Share of Top 10 Countries of the World and India in International Tourist Arrivals in 2008 : 

Share of Top 10 Countries of the World and India in International Tourist Arrivals in 2008

Percentage share of Top 10 Countries of the World and India in International Tourist Arrivals in 2008 : 

Percentage share of Top 10 Countries of the World and India in International Tourist Arrivals in 2008

Share of Top 10 Countries of the World and India in International Tourism Receipts in 2008 : 

Share of Top 10 Countries of the World and India in International Tourism Receipts in 2008

Percentage share of Top 10 Countries of the World and India in International Tourism Receipts in 2008 : 

Percentage share of Top 10 Countries of the World and India in International Tourism Receipts in 2008

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SWOT ANALYSIS

SWOT Analysis of the Tourism in India : 

SWOT Analysis of the Tourism in India Strength India's geographical location, a culmination of deserts, forests, mountains, and beaches. Diversity of culture i.e. a blend of various civilizations and their traditions. Manpower costs in the Indian hotel industry are one of the lowest in the world. This provides better margins for the industry. A very wide variety of hotels is present in the country that can fulfill the demand of the tourists. There are international players in the market such as Taj and Oberoi. Thus, the needs of the international tourists and travelers are seen to while they are on a visit to India. Rich culture heritage and colorful festivals Weakness Lack of sufficient infrastructure. The road condition in India is very bad. A narrow-minded attitude among certain sections of people. No proper marketing of India's tourism abroad. Foreigners still think of India as a land of snake charmers. There are many places where the image of India is one of poverty, and diseases

SWOT Analysis of the Tourism in India : 

SWOT Analysis of the Tourism in India Opportunity More proactive role from the government of India in terms of framing policies. Asian Development Bank is preparing a Sub- Regional Plan for development of tourism in India Availability of high quality human resource Allowing entry of more multinational companies into the country giving us a global perspective. Growth of domestic tourism. The advantage here is that domestic tourism and international tourism can be separate easily owing to the difference in the period of holidays. Threat Economic conditions and political turmoil in other countries affects tourism. Political turbulence within India in Kashmir and Gujarat has also reduced tourist traffic. Terrorism is a major setback of the region Disorganized tourism development Environmental factors also impose a threat Aggressive strategies adopted by other countries like Australia, Singapore in promoting tourism. Strong Competition within states of India and abroad

PEST ANALYSIS : 

PEST ANALYSIS

PEST Analysis of Tourism in India : 

PEST Analysis of Tourism in India Political The Indian tourism industry is built on the backbone of Government support All the support services like the hotel industry, the airlines industry and the tourist operators to name some are heavily dependent on the support and the cooperation of the Government.  The hotel industry has been getting many incentives and many State Governments are encouraging the growth of major hotels in their states Economical The spending power of the people has been increasing in the country and all over the world There have been more people coming into the country with more cash than ever before People who previously used to come to the country on a shoestring budget and hunt around for the cheapest accommodation can now afford to go in for luxury hotels. This has led to an increase in the number of hotels in the country The increase in the spending is also evident in the increase in the number of people traveling by air.

PEST Analysis of Tourism in India : 

PEST Analysis of Tourism in India Social People became careful, especially of the international tourists. the example of Goa was cited to discourage the inflow of international tourists People are now adopting themselves to the fact that tourism pays and it can be a major source of income for them. Technology Similarly better transportation facilities have lead to a dramatic increase in the number of tourists visiting any particular place. The presence of an airport and the availability of frequent flights are a great convenience to any traveler.  Better communication facilities are one of the first fundamentals for growth in the inflow of tourists. This has been made possible with technology

Key Players of Tour & travel Industry : 

Key Players of Tour & travel Industry

Key players of travel and tourism : 

Key players of travel and tourism Large tour operators: SOTC Cox & Kings Thomas cook Regional tour operators: Raj Travel Kesri tours Rajarani travels Direct suppliers: Jet Airways, Air Deccan, Spice jet, Kingfisher Online player: Makemytrip, Travelguru

Today, top 10 companies control around 15% of the business and the rest is still split between “bits and pieces” players : 

Today, top 10 companies control around 15% of the business and the rest is still split between “bits and pieces” players

Profile of Major Key Player : 

Profile of Major Key Player SOTC Travel Sales turnover of Rs 400 crores (2005), Growing at 30% p.a wide distribution network of 130 sales outlets 3500 travel agents across India it is more than double the size of the next biggest competitor SOTC – Voted The Best Outbound Tour Operator 2004, 2005 & 2006 by the Galileo Express Travel & Tourism Awards Committee.

Thomas Cook Travel : 

Thomas Cook Travel Sales of around £9 billion (€12 billion) 22.3 million customers 31,000 employees A fleet of 93 aircraft and a network of over 3,400 owned and franchised travel stores TCIL presently operates in over 61 cities across almost 166 locations in the country. And interests in 86 hotels and resort properties.

Cox & Kings : 

Cox & Kings Founder – Sir Richard Cox Established - 1758 Old and very reputed organization in tourism. Offering a one-stop shop for the travel needs of all segments of travelers. The brand of Cox and Kings has evolved over a period of 250 years. India with 13 branches across India, 25 fully operational franchisees across the country and will open 25 more franchisees stores by July 2009. The company has a network of approximately 3,500 agents throughout the country

Raj Travels and Tours Ltd : 

Raj Travels and Tours Ltd Shree Raj Travels & Tours Ltd. was established in 1976 by the Chairman & Managing Director- Mr. Lalit Sheth. It was his vision to provide the Indian traveler with SUPERIOR quality package tour facilities. He ensured that the services of Raj Travel. Customer focused and would maintain their exclusivity.

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ECONOMIC IMPACT

Travel & Tourism Economic impact on India -09 : 

Travel & Tourism Economic impact on India -09 Gross Domestic Product- The contribution of Travel & tourism to GDP is expected to stay the same at 6%(INR 3239.4 bn or US$ 67.3 bn) in 2009 Employment- The contribution of the Travel & Tourism Economy to employment is expected to rise from 31105000 jobs in 2009, 6.4% of total employment. Growth- Real GDP growth for the Travel & Tourism Economy is expected to be 0.2% in 2009 and to average 7.7% per annum over the coming 10 years. Export- Export earning from international visitors and Tourism goods are expected to generate 6.0% of total exports (INR 811.9 bn or US$ 16.9 bn) in 2009, growing (nominal terms) to INR 2819.0 bn or US$ 51.4 bn (4.1% of total) in 2019.

Travel & Tourism Economic impact on India -09 : 

Travel & Tourism Economic impact on India -09

Satellite Account Tables – India : 

Satellite Account Tables – India

Satellite Account Tables in %– India : 

Satellite Account Tables in %– India

Travel & Tourism Real Growth – India 09 : 

Travel & Tourism Real Growth – India 09

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FORECAST

Estimate and Forecast – World 09 : 

Estimate and Forecast – World 09

Estimate and Forecast- India 09 : 

Estimate and Forecast- India 09

Key Findings : 

Key Findings India is expected to see an influx of 10 Million international tourists by 2010, up from just 5 Million in 2007 Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Rajasthan are the leading tourism destinations in India in terms of total tourist arrivals    Personal disposable income during 2002-2007 grew at a CAGR of 14.16%, thereby driving domestic  as well as outbound tourism Indian outbound tourist flow is expected to increase at a CAGR of 13.30% over the five-year period spanning from 2008 to 2012  India’s share in the global tourism is expected to reach 1.5% by 2010 Source: Market Research Solution India

Bibliography:- : 

Bibliography:- MarketsMonitor.com www.worldtourismbarometer.com www.wto.org www.wttc.org www.economicresearch.com www.globletourism.com www.indiantourismcounciel.com www.tourism.gov.org www.tourismblock.com www.google.com www.wikipedia.org www.sotctours.com www.indiandata.com www.miniostryturism.com www.incredibalindia.com www.bharatbookdeepo.com

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Thank You

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Present Scenario

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Future Trends : Passenger Forecast

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ONLINE TRAVEL INDUSTRY – INDIA.PPT Online Travel Penetration Online travel is a fast emerging business segment in India attracting enormous investments from private equity players Market Size & Growth Source: DNA interview with Scott Blume, APAC Head, Travelocity, Nov 2008; Web Analytics India “Online Travel industry in India”, Jun 2008; Livemint interview with Vish A. Viswanathan, vice-president, business development, at Sabre Holdings, the parent company of Travelocity, Oct 2007; Expedia news artciles; PhocusWright: % A 2005 B 2006 C 2007 D 2008 E 2010E W 2008 X 2009E Y 2010E 2011E x% Z USD bn Online travel market in India valued at USD X bn in 2008 Online travel bookings are x% of the total USD Y bn travel market in India Investments worth USD xx mn made in the Online Travel Agency (OTA) space in past two years Overview Online Market Share by Channel x% y% z% 2005 2008 Supplier Website Traditional Travel Agents (Via Suppliers) Online Travel Agents x% y% z%