Destination wedding expert Ravi Reddy shares insights with IDT event management students

 

Surat, Aug 18: Ravi Reddy- Founder, TaamZaam Events, has been associated with IDT for the past ten years. From managing its fashion shows to providing quality placements to IDT event management students, Ravi Reddy is a respected name at IDT.

Thanks to the pandemic, destination weddings are a fast-growing trend in India, which shrank the guest list marginally. With a minimised guest list, people are now looking at luxurious destinations to hold their events. Ravi Reddy, an expert on the topic, shared his expertise with the event management students of IDT. With a major focus on Hotel selection and policies, the session was a definite success and a valuable add-on for these event management students. Through sharing his personal experiences in the field, Ravi sir gave the session a very practical and engaging touch rather than sharing bookish knowledge.

In the words of Ravi sir, “Destination weddings are the fastest growing trend in the industry, and event managers need to keep themselves updated with these trends.” Anupam Goyal, Director of IDT, thanked him for holding this valuable session for their future event managers.

Ravi Reddy- Founder, TaamZaam Events, has been associated with IDT for the past ten years. From managing its fashion shows to providing quality placements to IDT event management students, Ravi Reddy is a respected name at IDT.

Thanks to the pandemic, destination weddings are a fast-growing trend in India, which shrank the guest list marginally. With a minimised guest list, people are now looking at luxurious destinations to hold their events. Ravi Reddy, an expert on the topic, shared his expertise with the event management students of IDT. With a major focus on Hotel selection and policies, the session was a definite success and a valuable add-on for these event management students. Through sharing his personal experiences in the field, Ravi sir gave the session a very practical and engaging touch rather than sharing bookish knowledge.

In the words of Ravi sir, “Destination weddings are the fastest growing trend in the industry, and event managers need to keep themselves updated with these trends.” Anupam Goyal, Director of IDT, thanked him for holding this valuable session for their future event managers.

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