India is the fastest growing medical and wellness tourism destination in the world and is currently ranked 3rd among the … More
Borrowing from a classic speech by economist Friedrich August von Hayek, this note parallels draws parallels between Economics and the art of transport planning. The crux of his argument (and this note) is that quantitative models are limited in their ability to help reach decisions – and thus must be supplemented with other qualitative and “subjective” inputs.
For any tourism product to evolve a few points are critical: Transportation links must be economic make the destination accessible … More
Tourism continues to be one of the drivers of the global economy. On average, tourism has a 3X impact on … More
Tourism is cyclical. This has a direct impact on managing tourism ventures and managing cyclicality becomes key. As management tenures … More