Taiwan Tourism Bureau had recently organised an educational workshop for the travel fraternity and the media at Taj Mahal Hotel in New Delhi.The workshop was aimed at educating the travel agents and updating their knowledge about Taiwan, the products it has to offer, USP’s of the destination and the how it caters to different segments of the Indian travellers.The event began with a B2B session between the Indian travel agents and the stakeholders from the Taiwanese Travel industry, which included its National carrier China Airlines, Princess Cruise, destination management companies Good Time Vacations and hotels like Grand Hyatt Taipei.The B2B session was followed by a presentation on Taiwan by Noel Saxena, Country Head, Taiwan Tourism Bureau. The presentation contained detailed information about Taiwan, which educated the travel agents about everything one would need to know for visiting Taiwan.The event was attended by a delegation from Taiwan that included Arthur Hsieh, Director, Taiwan Tourism Bureau, Singapore Office and Richard Y.S. Chiu, Deputy Representative, Taipei Economic and Cultural Centre, India.Speaking at the event, Deputy Representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Centre, India, Richard Y.S. Chiu said, “Our new outbound policy gives priority to India over other countries. We are a welcoming and a friendly country, especially with Indians.”As a part of ongoing B2B marketing campaign Taiwan Tourism Bureau also exhibited at the Business and Luxury Travel Mart (BLTM), in Gurgaon. BLTM was a platform for Taiwan Tourism meet corporate MNC buyers from around Delhi and National Capital Region like Godrej, Reliance, SBI, HDFC, Adani Wilmar etc, which was a great opportunity for future business prospects.