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SMEs key to hospitality industry growth: Innovation

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14th February, 2020 22:40 IST


Bhubaneswar: In the quickly developing neighborliness and the travel industry, business and advancement through little and medium ventures (SMEs) have risen as key drivers of the development in the part.

This was expressed by state Tourism and Culture Minister Jyoti Prakash Panigrahi while initiating a two-day National Conference on “Business enterprise in Hospitality and Tourism Industry: Emerging Trends and Challenges” sorted out at Institute of Hotel Management Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition here, Friday.

The Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition of Odisha is one among 21 Central IHMs in the nation under the Union Ministry of Tourism.

The establishment likewise sorted out a nourishment celebration on ‘Maharashtrian Foods’ in a joint effort with IHM, Mumbai under “Ek Bharat Sresth Bharat” program arranged by the Union Ministry of Tourism to make mindful of territorial cooking of various states.

Panigrahi introduced the gathering within the sight of Odisha Skill Development Authority (OSDA) executive Subroto Bagchi, Tourism division chief cum-secretary Vishal Kumar Dev and office chief Sachin Ramchandra Jadhav.

Clergyman Panigrahi stated, “History of the friendliness business is an account of enterprise. At present, in the quickly developing accommodation and the travel industry, business and advancement through SMEs are significant drivers of development right now. Both nearby and focal governments are making and actualizing arrangements and projects to animate and bolster business enterprise and new companies. We hail the work being embraced by both the Union and Odisha governments right now.”


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