The top-ranking WeChat accounts for travel destinations, airlines, cruise lines, museums & attractions, and hotels, for the week of 9 September-15 September, 2019.
With the growth of independent travel, development of digital tools, and shift from shopping and sightseeing to culture and experiences, retailers have to keep up to continue attracting Chinese tourists. Here are nine tips to reach today’s Chinese shoppers.
As the world’s largest outbound tourism market, China cannot be overlooked in the efforts to promote responsible and sustainable global travel. Our webinar offers practical solutions and case studies, addressing the environment, overtourism, and conservation.
The top-ranking WeChat accounts for travel destinations, airlines, cruise lines, museums & attractions, and hotels, for the week of 2 September-8 September, 2019.
Director of the China Tourism Academy's Institute of International Tourism Development, Yang Jinsong discusses the CTA's annual report on Chinese outbound travel, the future of group tourism, the opening of Beijing’s new Daxing airport, Chinese tourism to the US, and more.
Dragon Trail's Managing Director - EMEA, Roy Graff will speak about marketing to China at the Made in China 2025 conference in Tel Aviv on October 31, 2019. The 7th annual conference for business with China and Asia is Israel's leading China business event.
As sponsors of the PATA Annual World Travel Market Session 2019 in London, Dragon Trail will deliver a keynote speech and lead a panel on Chinese outbound tourism, with special attention to the themes of personalization and customized travel.
The top-ranking WeChat accounts for travel destinations, airlines, cruise lines, museums & attractions, and hotels, for the week of 26 August-1 September, 2019.