Tourist’s Perspective on MICE Tourism in Chennai: A Study
Keywords:MICE Tourism, Revisiting Intention, Tourists, Tourism Perception, Chennai
India is one of the world's most alluring MICE tourism goals, with a wide run of offices that meet universal benchmarks. Besides, India is progressing quickly MICE by advertising a wide run of conceivable outcomes in major territories. MICE sightseers accept that area openings for commerce exchanges, availability, representative support, offices, settlement offices, and advanced innovation accessibility are vital. There's a considerable contrast between statistic variables of sightseers and their demeanors toward MICE tourism in Chennai. MICE tourism in Chennai features a positive and critical relationship with their craving to visit. As a result, pertinent partners ought to decrease dangers and secure Chennai's climate, and neighborhood communities ought to improve their conduct and give warmth and participation to sightseers. MICE tourism occasions in Chennai ought to be considered productive.
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