Almost 65 Indians Intend To Travel For Leisure Adventure In 2021 Survey

With the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, almost 65 per cent of travellers interviewed said they are keen to travel for leisure and adventure this year in an attempt to leave behind the monotony of 2020, according to a survey.

While 2020 witnessed the rise of essential travel, the new and evolved 2021 Indians are looking for adventure and are keen on exploring new destinations, in an attempt to break away from the monotony of 2020, as the pandemic restricted movement, according to InterMiles second travel survey.

The survey revealed that the rollout of vaccines and pragmatic innovations across the travel chain seem to have contributed to this increase in consumer confidence as nearly 65 per cent respondents showed intent to travel for leisure and adventure in 2021.

The survey is based on responses received from over 11,500 InterMilers across India in January 2021.

Further, the survey found that after spending

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BPO Business Analytics Market Business Opportunities, Survey, Growth Analysis And Industry Outlook

The study on the BPO Business Analytics Market Survey Report published by Global Market Vision is a clear understanding of fundamental data classified with the market globally based on the features controlling the growth of the market. The report exhibits the up to date and valuable market insights unveiling the product definition, product type, and variety of applications. The report studies at the present status of the industry connected with opportunity aspects to provide interested individuals, competitors, corporations avenues to growth and take advantage of conditions. The report presents the market competitive landscape and consistent in-depth analysis of the major vendor/key players in the market along with the impact of economic slowdown due to COVID.

The report declares a study with an in-depth survey and overview, represents the product/industry scope, presents market outlook and status to 2027. Then the opportunities, key growth drivers, analysis of top competitors, threats & risks

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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to table Economic Survey 2021 today

Anurag Thakur, Nirmala Sitharaman posing for the camera

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Budget 2021: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is all set to present Union Budget on February 1. Ahead of the Budget 2021, Budget Session of the Parliament is all set to begin from today ie. January 29. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will table the Economic Survey 2021 in the Parliament on Friday. The session will be held in two parts –January 29 to February 15 and March 8 to April 8 and will have a total of 33 sittings. The Budget Session will begin with the President’s address followed by the presentation of the Economic Survey.  

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The Economic Survey is a detailed report of the condition of the economy and is prepared by the Economic Division of the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) under the guidance of the CEA. It mentions key challenges before the economy and the way

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Ridgefield Releases Results of Coronavirus Impact Survey

RIDGEFIELD, CT — Revenues are down, online sales are up, and most jobs are preserved, according to Ridgefield’s Economic & Community Development Commission.

The information came in the form of the released results of the Ridgefield COVID-19 Business Impact Survey. That questionnaire, distributed in June, was designed to gauge how the town’s 600 businesses and nonprofit organizations are performing during the COVID-19 pandemic

In all, 145 businesses and nonprofits responded to the survey that measured five categories including Operations and Supply Chain, Workforce, Finance, Business Resources, and Future. Data collected from the survey will help Ridgefield’s leaders gain a better understanding of the COVID-19 business climate and inform which resources to pursue in support of Ridgefield’s business and nonprofit community, according to ECDC chair Geoffrey Morris.

“The town now has a clear picture of how Ridgefield businesses and nonprofits are faring in the COVID era,” Morris said. “We can

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