Chinese Tourism: online marketing webinar

Next Tuesday, 11 April, 10-10.45 UK time, there will be a webinar entitled “Keeping up the Pace: New Online Information and Marketing Sources for Chinese Outbound Tourism”.

It will be presented by: Capela China’s international partner, COTRI Director Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Arlt and; Dragon Trail’s Marketing Director Michaela Mentasti.

The 2 presentations will be followed by a Question & Answer session. Participation is free of charge, however prior registration at the link below is advised:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4702166311449538563

The webinar will analyse market opportunities from the perspective of both Chinese customers and international service providers. This will include a discussion of the most up-to-date Chinese social media tools including WeChat and beyond, as well as the many opportunities provided by Dragon Trail Interactive’s China Travel Academy training and e-learning platform.

Chinese Tourism Webinar: catch up

Our global partner COTRI (China Outbound Tourism Research Institute) ran a free webinar on Chinese outbound tourism to Europe last week. It contains all kinds of valuable insights and updates about Chinese tourist behaviour and expert advice on doing business with the Chinese travel trade. Access is free after registration on the link below:

China Tourism Webinar (free access)

Free Chinese Tourism Webinar –
23 Feb

Our global partner COTRI (China Outbound Tourism Research Inschina-newstitute) is running a free webinar on Chinese outbound tourism to Europe next week. It takes place on Thursday, Feb 23 at 2pm UK time and is in conjunction with the European Travel Commission as part of the World Bridge Tourism Project. Capela China has been COTRI’s UK Country Partner since 2013.  Click the news icon to register and find out more…

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Cheapest pound in 31 years lures Chinese shoppers in their droves to Britain. Bad news for those holding the currency or anyone importing foreign goods, but great for British exporters and overseas bargain hunters. Click the news icon for the full story…

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Calling London!

Are you in the London area and London & Partnerswanting to know more about the Chinese tourism market? Like to know how to adapt and develop your product to suit the world’s largest market? The Chinese love London and are the world’s biggest spenders. Can you afford not to get involved?

We are running our 3rd China Welcome course in collaboration with London & Partners, at their stunning offices overlooking Tower Bridge. This is an open course, bookable online for £150 plus VAT today. It is a full day on 25 October and places are going fast. Take a look here for more information.

To make an online booking click here.