China Outbound Category

Posted On December 9, 2017By StefanIn Branding, News, China Outbound

Brands Abroad lack Chinese Engagement

Last year, more than 135 million people in China took trips abroad, and by 2021, they should be spending more than $450 billion, according to Forbes.Read More
The number trips made by Chinese tourists visiting international destinations outside Greater China is forecast to rise by 10% next year to 86 million.Read More
Chinese age 18 to 34 accounted for 60 percent of the country’s foreign travel last year and spent more than $150 billion, Bloomberg Intelligence estimates.Read More
Over 600,000 Chinese tourists visited Canada in 2016, according to a Destination Canada press release from earlier this year. 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
The airport has launched a series of services targeting the needs of Chinese passengers such as Chinese-speaking services and Chinese signboards and maps.Read More
Visitors were attracted by a cheap pound, which has persisted following last year's EU referendum.Read More
A long-time favorite of Australians, Bali became a hot spot for Chinese travelers -- their numbers surpassed the Aussies for the first time ever.Read More
The world's top 10 fastest growing tourism cities are all in Asia, according to new data from the World Travel and Tourism Council.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