SKAL International in Hyderabad and Perth initiate “Twinning” to encourage reciprocal visits

SKAL Hyderabad’s Director Special Projects Valmiki Hari Kishan said that many Indian travellers visit Sydney, Melbourne and Gold Coast whereas there are huge untapped opportunities available to promote Western Australia at the same time

Skal International Hyderabad joined hands with Skal International Perth from Western Australia during 53rd Skal Asian Area Congress in Bahrain. Terming it as “Twinning”, Director Special Projects Valmiki Hari Kishan said that such partnerships will help clubs to put more collective efforts in bridging the gaps and foster better collaborations to do more business among friends as the tag line of SKAL is doing business among friends.

He added that many Indian travellers visit Sydney, Melbourne and Gold Coast whereas there are huge untapped opportunities available to promote Western Australia at the same time. Kishan recently visited Perth and met Tom Upson Director of Western Australia which inspired him more to do some collective efforts through the Skal platform.

As per the association, twinning encourages to arrange reciprocal exchange visits on an individual basis between members of twinned clubs and families. Further it provides opportunities to learn more about the culture and success of others and most of all to do business through better understanding, cooperation and friendship.

It also expands the opportunity for joint projects and exchanges which twinning provides and which will lead fellowship and friendship.

Twinning was signed by Director Special Projects Dr Valmiki Hari Kishan and Skal Perth President Michael Collins in presence of Skal World President Annette Cardenas, Director NSN Mohan and National President of Skal Australia Ash James Munn.