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The Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI) serves as a key voice for the hospitality industry, providing a critical link between hospitality businesses, political leaders, academic institutions, international organizations and other stakeholders.

FHRAI is dedicated to the advancement of the industry, involved in various activities like education, training, research, publication and organizing its annual convention. The event fosters significant interaction with government officials, political figures and industry stakeholders.

FHRAI is governed by an Executive Committee headed by an annually elected President. The committee consists of representatives of the four regional organizations and functions under the guidance of the Secretary General who manages the day-to-day affairs.

FHRAI is excited to announce its 54th Annual Convention, the premier business and networking event for the tourism and hospitality sector to be held in Goa. This year’s theme, “Tourism @2047: India from Incredible to Indispensable,” emphasizes sustainable growth and innovation in the tourism industry.

The convention will be inaugurated on 16th October, 2024 at Taj Cidade de Goa, Horizon by Hon’ble Minister of Tourism, Government of India. The venue promises a luxurious setting with panoramic views of the Arabian Sea and various high-end amenities, which enhance the convention experience with its extensive facilities and lavish accommodations.

The 54th FHRAI Annual Convention is set to be a milestone in celebrating and shaping the future of India’s vibrant tourism industry. It is positioned to catalyze strategic discussions, innovative initiatives and collaborative efforts to achieve a sustainable growth path. With esteemed guests including top government officials and approximately 1000 delegates, the event will also highlight the FHRAI Hospitality Awards recognizing excellence in the industry.

Overall, FHRAI looks forward to a dynamic gathering of industry stakeholders, envisioning a strong future for Indian tourism.

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