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2 - 5 November 2015  London

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With the success of WTM Vision Conference in Shanghai in 2012, WTM held this vibrant Conference again in China, but this year in Beijing. The conference is in association with China Business Network and was held on Monday 8 April 2013.
The Conference offered high-calibre speakers, content and research from Euromonitor International amongst others, to give analysis, statistical assessment and interpretations to the industry's senior leaders.

Agenda & Speakers

13.30-14.00 Registration and Refreshments

Networking opportunities

14.00 - 14.05 - Official Introduction by Dr Adam Wu, Chief Operating Officer, China Business Network

WTM Vision Conference - Beijing Opening with Simon Press, Exhibition Director, World Travel Market and Welcome Speech by CNTA Tourism Official


14.15 – 15.00 - Forecast Revisit for the Global Travel and Tourism Industry Euromonitor International will present the latest findings of its Travel and Tourism 2013 research. Starting with a round up on the global tourism outlook, they will discuss the latest tourism performances, big picture issues and consumer trends globally and iin China. Euromonitor International will review the state of the travel industry focusing on destination and source markets, rising trends and sectors, and the power shift from advanced to emerging economies. Delegates will receive the Report via email FREE OF CHARGE after the conference. 

Speaker: Ray Li, Senior Research Analyst, Euromonitor International euromonitor


15.00 – 15.45 - Shopping while Travelling

This session will focus on “shopping while travelling” as high spending power has characterised the Chinese visitors to many destinations where shopping venues with luxury or unique products have been experiencing “Chinese phenomenon of high end and high value purchases” 


15.45 – 16.15 - Coffee networking break

Networking opportunities


16.15 – 17.15 - The Chinese Inbound and Outbound Markets

This final session will feature top executives of the largest tour operators both in China and world wide:

  • President of CITS Holdings - Mrs Yu Ning Ning
  • CEO, TUI China – Marcel Schneider
  • Chairman of Tour Operators Association of India – Mr S. Goyal
  • Executive Director of China Tourism Research Institute - Prof. Wolfgang Arlt 

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

Followed by Questions & Answers


17.15 - 17.30Closing address - Dr Adam Wu and Simon Press, Exhibition Director, World Travel Market

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