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Thailand Bounces Back. The China Rebound Webinar

Category: Tourism, Posted:21 Apr 2020 | 15:30 pm

A 30 minute fast track webinar hosted by C9 Hotelworks and Delivering Asia Communications will be held on Thursday at 2 pm Bangkok time on the subject of Chinese traveler’s sentiment to travel back to Thailand and digital strategies for the marketplace. 

Free registration is available at the following link:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UMcXw2S7Q2O13cJ8CQi_7Q

The program covers the following: 

While domestic business is expected to bounce back first for Thailand’s hotels and resorts, the industry is holding its breath for China, which delivered nearly 11 million arrivals in 2019 out of a total of 39.8 million. With long-haul markets not expected to return until next year, China holds the key to the future of Thailand’s tourism industry.

  • When will it come back?
  • Will travellers visit Thailand?
  • Which destinations will they travel to?
  • How has the market changed and how do we reach it?
  • How can we leverage the China market for hotel re-openings?

These are some of the big questions which will be answered as C9 Hotelworks unveils its China Thailand Travel Sentiment Survey 2020, conducted in mid-April in collaboration with Delivering Asia Communications.

Speakers

  • Bill Barnett, Managing Director, C9 Hotelworks
    One of the most authoritative voices in the hospitality and real estate industries in Asia. Author of China Thailand Travel Sentiment Survey 2020.
  • Vanessa Zhu, China Director, Delivering Asia Communications
    China team director for Delivering Asia Communications based in Shanghai. Research lead of China Thailand Travel Sentiment Survey 2020.

Moderator

  • David Johnson, CEO, Delivering Asia Communications
    Heads Asia’s leading hospitality PR company. Based in Bangkok, DAC specialises in strategic communications, media relations and digital marketing.

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