The long-awaited recovery of the Chinese outbound tourism market has already begun. Dragon Trail's CEO and co-founder George Cao shares his recommendations and insights for travel brands to get their marketing right during this important period.
Dragon Trail is now offering high-tech filming and broadcasting services in Beijing at Dragon Trail Studios. The new facility expands our production capabilities for virtual and hybrid events, with state-of-the-art design, event management, and online distribution.
We spoke with the World Travel and Tourism Council’s Regional Director for Asia, Sarah Wang, about how to connect with a Chinese audience, top trends in travel and marketing, and which Chinese demographic will be first to travel internationally.
International hotel brands in China must embrace localization, making strategic choices about marketing, partnerships, and even amenities and design to best suit their target audiences. How are these five hotel brands successfully localizing for the Chinese market?
On 11 August, VisitScotland and the Edinburgh Tourism Action Group (ETAG) teamed up to take Chinese viewers straight into the excitement of Edinburgh’s August festival season with a two-hour live streaming on Weibo, attracting 400k live viewers.
The short-list of nominees has been announced for the TMW Travel Marketing Awards, which return in 2022 to celebrate and highlight outstanding cases of global travel marketing. The list includes 25 campaigns and 10 marketing teams.