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Travel is becoming more and more a perennial product: Cleartrip’s Noel Swain

30-September-2009
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Travel is becoming more and more a perennial product: Cleartrip’s Noel Swain

“This year has been challenging. However, we see that travel is becoming more and more a perennial product when you look at corporate and leisure travel put together. The sharp increases and dips in business due to season that existed two years, are now more rationalised. While leisure travel has been impacted by 10-15 per cent as compared to last year, corporate travel has been steady,” says Noel Swain, VP – Marketing, Cleartrip. More

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