WITH China projected to be the fourth largest outbound travel market by 2020, the upcoming China Outbound Travel Congress 2006, being held at the Swissôtel Beijing on December 11 and 12, is set to be a hotbed of trends.
A relatively young industry in China, travel and tourism has become one of the most dynamic sectors of the Chinese economy in the past few years. China has recorded stronger growth in travel and tourism than the average Asian or global destination and is the most exciting and promising new travel market in the world.
Over 200 general managers and heads of outbound travel departments from the top Chinese travel agencies and tour operators, pre-qualified as the ultimate decision makers for purchasing vacation packages and business travel solutions, will attend the tailormade congress in response to personal invitations issued by organisers Naseba.
The Congress provides a unique, business driven environment using pre-scheduled one-to-one business meetings and educational sessions that are strictly limited to upper-level executives. Among the important aspects of the event are keynote addresses, case studies, educational sessions and interactive panel discussions, which will be delivered in a case study format by experts on the hottest topics and issues facing the industry.
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