Socio progressive tourism venture launched in Guwahati

Socio progressive tourism venture launched in Guwahati 

Updated on : 22-04-2017 08:38 PM
A very young President’s award winner, innovator and scholar from Assam Swapnanil Talukdar and their team are all set to give boost to Prime Minister's Start UP India initiative.

Launching their Venture ‘Finder Bridge’ in Guwahati on Tuesday, the budding entrepreneurs seek to uplift the tourism sector in the North-east India.

World heritage and community activist Partha Pratam Das who is currently advsior to the Department of Tourism , Government of BTC council and Karamveer Chakra awardee Lovita JR Morang were present on the occasion.

Partha Pratam Das appluaded the venture and said that it is an innovative tourism venture brought forward by few young minds.

Finder bridge is a socio progressive tourism venture whose vision is to highlight tourist’s spots in North-Eastern region and promote Eco-Tourism throughout the World.

Finderbridge is a promising startup that aims to help global travellers explore the incredible North-East.

Swapnanil and their team are determined to create over 100 tourism sites and about thousands such ventures keeping in mind the ethnicity and authenticity of the unexplored NE Region.

They are working towards developing the tourism scenario of Northeast along with sustainable development goals towards its local communities.

They are not only focussing to provide rich educational excursion but also maintain the heritage and natural beauty implementing 21st century low cost community based management systems.

Communities of 200 passionate bloggers, photographers, goodwill members and Youtubers have already joined the cause to highlight their own native places.



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