Videos Tagged with World Routes 2016
Dr. Adam Wu gives insight to the Chinese outbound market.
“China keeps changing,” said Professor Dr Wolfgang Arlt, director, COTRI, China Outbound Tourism Research Institute at the World Routes Tourism Summit in Chengdu, China. “However, still almost all Chinese travellers are money rich, but time poor”.
What are the best tools to track travel tourists? What can we learn from the numbers? What are the effects of the events that disrupt tourist travel? How can destinations use the data and respond effectively?
TTG’s Daniel Pearce chairs the panel who discussed some of the challenges facing the industry today, including the impending prospect of reaching airport capacity and the need to update infrastructure.
The shift from traditional marketing to digital and social marketing continues to gain pace. What are the key drivers in destination marketing? What is the impact of travel technology on destination marketing?
The panel at the World Routes Tourism Summit, moderated by Alfredo Gonzalez, vice president of sales and global development, Visit Florida, highlighted the need for collaboration between aviation and tourism.
Tourism Australia's managing director John O'Sullivan talks about the markets Australia are targeting, their incredible growth and the adjustments they have made to accommodate changing tastes of their visitors.
Keynote interview with Peter Bellew, CEO, Malaysia Airlines during the World Routes Strategy Summit at World Routes 2016. Bellew discusses the rivalry with Air Asia, a possible A380 wet-lease operation and the growth of the Chinese aviation market.
Highlights from a fantastic World Routes 2016 in Chengdu.
Highlights from the Networking Evening, including the World Routes 2016 Marketing Awards.
Highlights from day two at World Routes 2016.
Highlights from the first day of business at World Routes.