Getting through the coronavirus crisis requires an industry-wide effort to work together, but with the most important trade events canceled or postponed, and ever-increasing travel restrictions and flight suspensions, how do we stay connected? The solutions are digital.
Chinese travel media Travel Daily has released a report on the short- and medium-term impacts of the coronavirus crisis on China’s travel and tourism industry.
On February 25, 2020, China Travel Academy (CTA) welcomed its 50,000th registered user. Dragon Trail's online platform has helped tourism brands train the Chinese travel trade since 2015, with a surge in users during the coronavirus crisis.
While outbound travel from China is still on hold because of coronavirus, tourism brands and businesses need to start thinking about a recovery plan now, in order to support industry partners in China and be ready for the bounce back. Here's how to get started.
Published by Dragon Trail Interactive, the newly revised handbook to Chinese outbound travel is a vital tool for the global tourism and hospitality industries.
PromPeru and Dragon Trail are pioneering new ways of using digital channels to promote and sell travel, with a series of WeChat-hosted pop-up stores that connect Chinese consumers with travel agents.