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Daniel

Spanning a career of over 25 years in hospitality, and non-profit organizations, Daniel has a proven track record in training and development of people across the spectrum. His expertise in human resources and as President / CEO of a nationwide non-profit gave him a strong foundation in cultural diversity and conflict resolution. Honored as one of the most influential executives under 40 in 2003, Daniel meshes his background in HR training and hospitality management by leading BMG’s Global Ready China Seminars.

Over 600,000 Chinese tourists visited Canada in 2016, according to a Destination Canada press release from earlier this year. Read More
The rapid expansion of China’s wealth in recent decades has given birth to the country’s mass affluent male class (M.A.C), which wields massive purchasing power and directly affects luxury brands.Read More
At more than 130 million strong and rapidly growing, Chinese travelers are the world’s largest visitor group and the biggest spenders (averaging $6,000 per visitor per stay) when traveling abroad. Read More

Posted On November 14, 2017By DanielIn News

Chinese speaking Staff increasingly an Asset

Mandarin speaking staff are increasingly an asset to business as tourists from the country continue to flock to our shores.Read More
China’s 24-hour orgy of online shopping has ended on a climactic high. Singles Day shoppers spent a record US$25.3 billion, eclipsing last year’s US$17.7 billion tally.Read More
Customised travel services are experiencing a surge in popularity, forcing China’s travel agencies to place a strong emphasis on the quality of travel itineraries to retain customers, according to the latest Hurun Report.Read More
China’s aviation market is growing faster than expected and will overtake the United States as the world’s biggest by 2022, says the International Air Transport Association. Read More
The first thing to do is building brand and product awareness and establishing a strong brand presence in the market. It is also important to understand the purchase patterns and behaviors of Chinese shoppers.Read More
Boeing projects a demand for 7,240 new airplanes in China over the next 20 years valued at nearly $1.1 trillion, with total airplane demand rising 6.3 percent over last year's forecast.Read More
With more than 450 million registered users worldwide, Alibaba’s payment wallet Alipay is widely used in China. Read More