Kazakh PM discussed cooperation in tourism with India's Oberoi
Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev held a meeting with representatives of the Indian company Oberoi, headed by Managing Director for Development Arjun Oberoi.
At the meeting, prospects for cooperation with the company in the field of tourism were discussed. In particular, the implementation of joint investment projects for the construction and operation of a network of hotel complexes in Kazakhstan were considered, primeminister.kz reports.
The Oberoi Group, founded in 1934, manages 32 hotels, two Nile cruisers and a motorized vessel in the backwaters of Kerala. The group is represented in six countries. The company is engaged in servicing flights, restaurants at airports, travel services, car rental, project management and corporate charters. The Oberoi Group is committed to using the best environmental practices in technology, equipment and manufacturing processes.
Recognizing the importance of quality training in hotel management, the Oberoi Group founded the Oberoi Learning and Development Center in New Delhi in 1966. Today, this institution is one of the best in Asia and about 100 people graduate each year.