More and more U.S. travelers are showing interest in China to explore the country's culture, history, natural wonders and lifestyles.
Increase with 17,000 attendees in total – well attended ITB China Conference with 4,000 attendees – SeeVoov won ITB China Start-Up Award 2019.
To attract more Chinese, Tourism Malaysia is planning to increase its presence in China by attending tradeshows in addition to doing more online promotions with Chinese technology providers.
Tencent will provide user insights for Tourism New Zealand to widen their grasp of Chinese visitors’ consumption habits and preferences.
According to Tourism Ireland, around 11.2 million overseas residents visited the island of Ireland in 2018, delivering total revenue of approximately 6.1 billion euros.
The two will unite forces to provide one-stop travel services for users.
The company’s immediate priorities include aggressive expansion into the Americas and Asia, taking what has been learned from the company’s growth throughout Europe to gain a foothold in these markets.
More cooperation will be carried out between the two sides, mainly in itineraries, big data and marketing to attract Chinese travelers.
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