Thus, with the title of a Special Decade he has hung on his social media profile a chain of unforgettable moments for him and for the club. His first goal with Atlético in 2011; its first Europa League and the European Super Cup in 2012; the Copa del Rey and the European Under-21 in 2013 and the 2014 League. Koke also highlights in 2015 the first time he acted as captain in a club game of his life or in 2016 when he was nominated in the top 30 World players 2017 was the year of goodbye to Vicente Calderón, where he enjoyed both the grass and the stands. In the 2017-18 season came his second Europa League, a campaign more than special because he ended up getting married.“The responsibility of being the first Atleti captain and the birth of Leo. Thanks to all who have made it possible! For another ten years of football, passion and great success. HAPPY 2020!” Koke closes its end of the year review. The vallecano, to open the new year has offered with the captains of the first male and female team. A toast because Atlético remains among the best in 2020. Koke lives a very special Christmas. The Atlético captain has just been a father for the first time and at only 27 years old he is already the fifth player in the history of the club in games played. In addition, he has already won seven titles. His name is linked to the recent bright stage of the team and, on the occasion of the new year, he wanted to review what has been a memorable time in the club and of which he has been a great protagonist.
According to a report released by Travelport and World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), India’s business travel industry has grown by 16.2% over the past five years (2011-2016). It has been predicted that Asia-Pacific will lead the way at an expected rate of 6.2% each year to 2027, with India at 7.2% among the top five countries attributing to the growth.Globally, in the past five years, business travel spending has grown at an annual average of 3.6%, with the strongest growth having taken place in Asia, the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa.Gordon Wilson, CEO, Travelport, commented, “Every day we see business travel growing at a significant rate in many emerging markets with technology playing an in increasingly important role in easing the way for those on trips for their work. As an industry, we need to continue to invest in the best technologies and infrastructure whilst governments need to be more business-friendly by removing burdensome visa requirements.”David Scowsill, President & CEO, WTTC, said, “Travel & Tourism generates $7.6 trillion in GDP and supports over 292 million jobs. Business travel is a vital part of the sector, and it is a key catalyst for global growth. It drives the relationships, investments, supply chains and logistics that support international trade flows.”