WTM Vision Conference set for Shanghai

6th Mar 2013
WTM Vision Conference set for Shanghai

With the success of WTM Vision Conference in Shanghai in 2012, World Travel Market, the leading global event for the travel industry, will this year be holding WTM Vision Conference – Beijing on Tuesday April 8th 2013.

Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from top executives of the largest tour operators both in China and worldwide, discussing the Chinese inbound and outbound markets.

They will share their visions and expertise on sending visitors to and attracting visitors from China, as well as the huge spending power of the Chinese tourists.

Prior to this session WTM Vision Conference – Beijing attendees will hear from Euromonitor International China’s
Research Analyst Ray Li who will reveal the latest findings from the travel and tourism 2013 research in their report - Forecast Revisit for the Global Travel and Tourism Industry.

Reed Travel Exhibitions director World Travel Market, Simon Press, said: “I am delighted with the line-up for the first WTM Vision Conference – Beijing after such as a successful conference last year in Shanghai.

“The Chinese travel and tourism industry is growing at a phenomenal rate, WTM Vision Conference – Beijing has been strategically located this year to increase both governmental and private sector participation, offering the country’s senior executives the latest research, analysis and opinions that will help their businesses grow further.”

WTM Vision Conference – Beijing is the second of five WTM Vision Conferences offering the latest mid-year research, information and opinion to the global industry’s senior leaders.

The conference has been organised in association with China Business Network.


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