Incent India highlights country's expanding incentive market

Incent India has hosted event and business travel agencies at London restaurant The Cinnamon Club, with help from hotels Raas in Jodhpur and Samode Palace in Jaipur.

Incent India hosts Cinnamon Club dinner
Incent India hosts Cinnamon Club dinner

Incent India managing director P.N Nageshwarran welcomed guests including Mahout founder Mary-Anne Denison Pender.

"The amount of incentive opportunities in India is outstanding. People often assume the country is not equipped for business, when there is wifi available even in the smallest villages," said Pender.

Agencies at the event included Zinc Management, W&O and River Event Management, all of whom braved the student protests to make the event.

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