With travel at a standstill in much of the world, what can hotels do now to minimize damage, salvage revenue, and best position themselves for market recovery? Our free April webinar provides practical examples from China and other destinations.
In light of the recent cancellation of numerous large-scale global travel trade events, Dragon Trail’s March webinar will focus on online tools for communications with the travel trade, for both the Chinese and global market.
On 21 February, Dragon Trail Interactive will hold the Tourism Recovery Action Online Summit. This Chinese-language online event will help attendees navigate the coronavirus crisis with insights and advice from leading travel industry professionals.
Dragon Trail's President for the Americas, Matt Grayson is speaking at RTO Summit West on Tuesday, February 25, on developments in the coronavirus situation, its effects on outbound travel from China, and US tourism brands' responses.
Dragon Trail's President for the Americas, Matt Grayson is speaking at Connect Travel on Wednesday, February 19. His presentation will get attendees up to date on the coronavirus situation and its effects on outbound travel from China.
In this special briefing, we will update you on the most important facts about the coronavirus and its effects on travel from China. We will also look at responses from international tourism boards, and share our advice on travel marketing during this time.
Organized by leading Chinese travel agency and media outlet, Kaytrip, this one-day conference brings together the Chinese travel trade, brands, retailers, destinations and more, in Munich. Dragon Trail will present a briefing on Chinese tourism trends in Europe.