From 22-23 September, 2020, the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism held a two-part online forum series aimed at the global travel industry, “Beijing Culture and Tourism Global Online Strategic Forum – Restart Travel, Together with Beijing.”
Dragon Trail's Managing Director - EMEA, Roy Graff, is speaking at Chopsticks Club's 29 September event on the future of travel and hospitality for the Chinese market.
In Dragon Trail’s October webinar, we speak to industry leaders about the awareness of and commitment to sustainable tourism within the Chinese market, and what can be done to make international travel more sustainable post-COVID.
As the world enters a new era of international travel, Beijing Tourism is leading the way with a two-part online forum series, "Beijing Culture and Tourism Global Online Strategic Forum - Restart Travel, Together with Beijing,” on 22-23 September 2020.
Jing Travel joins Dragon Trail to share what Chinese destinations, cultural attractions, hotels, airlines, and other travel businesses have done to inspire Chinese to travel again – and what practical tips we can learn from their example.
Dragon Trail's George Cao joins the Destination Mekong Summit on 25 August to offer insights on how the Mekong Region can win back Chinese tourists post COVID-19, how to build relationships with the trade now, and changing consumer sentiments.
There are around 2 million Chinese already living in Europe and free to travel in the region. Our August webinar will help you to understand the local Chinese market in Europe, how to target this often overlooked demographic, and the benefits of doing so.
Leading Chinese travel media TravelDaily is hosting an online discussion with Dragon Trail Interactive to share insights into the consumer behaviors and user preferences of Chinese travelers after coronavirus.