The 6th China Guilin International Tourism Expo (CGITE), 12th Beijing International Tourism Expo (BITE), 2nd China Xi’an Silk Road International Tourism Expo (CXSRITE) and the 1st Chengdu International Tourism Expo (CITE) is set to bring forward new horizons for domestic and international tourism stakeholders looking to expand their business portfolios in China’s vast tourism markets in the various provinces.
Held respectively in Guilin, Beijing, Xi’an and Chengdu, these four international tourism exhibitions will be at the forefront, catering to the changing needs of industry stakeholders in the regions; especially with more Chinese from various regions traveling overseas for work and leisure purposes, there are ample opportunities for tourism-related businesses to flourish, said Mr Edward Liu, Group Managing Director of Conference & Exhibition Management Services (CEMS) Pte Ltd (Singapore) and CEMS (Beijing) Conference & Exhibition Co., Ltd at the company’s networking reception held last Tuesday at the Hilton Hotel Beijing.
China Guilin International Tourism Expo (CGITE), 29 to 31 May 2015: The CGITE is Guangxi’s most prominent international tourism exposition tailoring to both business and leisure travel sectors in the region. It is also the ideal platform for domestic and international tourism stakeholders to foster new business relationships and strengthen existing partnerships in Southwest China.
Beijing International Tourism Expo (BITE), 26 to 28 June 2015: The longest-running international tourism expo in CEMS’s portfolio, the BITE has been held for over 10 years in the capital city of China, Beijing. It is the most influential international tourism exposition which seamlessly integrates tourism services for trade professionals and the Chinese public.
China Xi’an Silk Road International Tourism Expo (CXSRITE), 11 to 13 September 2015: In sync with the recent launch of the “Year of Silk Road Tourism” in Shaanxi province, the CXSRITE will offer quality and effective services and programmes to participants to explore further the opportunities for developing Silk Road tourism.
Chengdu International Tourism Expo (CITE), 3 to 5 December 2015: Previously the Chengdu International Travel Fair, the newly-revamped CITE will refocus on the local and international tourism industries in West China to provide industry stakeholders a more professional platform to explore business collaborations with one another.