Government and business leaders will launch EU-China Tourism Year on Jan 19th in Venice

On Friday Jan 19th supervision and attention leaders will accumulate in Venice to launch EU-China Tourism Year. There will be dual events, a Business Summit involving a far-reaching accumulation of participants, from SMEs to Commissioners of a EU and a coexisting High-Level Meeting in a Palazzo dei Dogi.

High-profile participants include:

  • Antonio Tajani, President European Parliament
  • Dai Bin, President of China Tourism Academy
  • Elzbieta Bienkowska, European Commissioner
  • Du Jiang, Vice Chairman, China National Tourism Administration
  • Luca Zaia, President, Veneto Region
  • Luca Patane, President, Uvet
  • Luigi Brugnaro, Mayor of Venice
  • Pansy Ho, Vice Chairman Secretary General, Global Tourism Economy Forum

The events will engage business networking, facilitating hit between vital European and Chinese tourism businesses, and contention of several unsentimental initiatives to boost a upsurge of tourists between China and a EU.

A programme of successive events, compelling Europe as a end to a Chinese marketplace will form a fortitude of EU-China Tourism Year. The second eventuality will take place in Berlin on 6th March, coinciding with ITB, a largest transport trade satisfactory in Europe and a third will take place on 16th Apr in Beijing. Subsequent events will coincide with GEM in Nov in London, CITM in Nov in Shanghai and CITE in Dec in Chengdu, among others. The programme is being saved by a European Commission and delivered by heading European transport trade organisations, ETOA, ETC, ECCTA and Welcome Chinese.

In 2016, Chinese arrivals into a EU reached 8.2 million and these numbers are approaching to grow almost faster than acceleration to 13.9 million by 2021.

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