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Published on : Monday, August 21, 2017
GTEF” or “the Forum has the focus to enhance the tourism opportunity of China. The summit is scheduled to host its 6th annual edition with the theme “Regional Collaboration Towards a Better Future” on 16th and 17th October 2017 in Macao, China.
Global Tourism Economy Forum as a year-round initiative, it is to facilitate the exchange and cooperation in tourism and travel, it just held its latest roadshow on August 11, in Beijing at The Peninsula Beijing.
The meeting brought together the Forum’s collaborative partners, leaders of outbound tour operators and travel agencies, travel and trade executives in Beijing, leading MICE operators from Macao, and media.
The initiative has successfully boosted the tourism and its stakeholder in the participation at GTEF 2017 by signing on delegates and participants in the business matching platform of the Forum.
This global summit was attended by various prominent guests including Ms. Li Yaying, Director General of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Affairs Department of China National Tourism Administration (CNTA); Ms. Wang Ping, Chairman of China Chamber of Tourism and Vice Chairman of GTEF; Ms. Ma Jun, Minister of the All-China Federation of Industry & Commerce (ACFIC) and Mr. Li Baochun, Deputy Secretary-General, World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF). All gave remarks on the key role regional collaboration plays in developing tourism opportunities alongside the Belt and Road Initiative.
In support of the 2017 International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, GTEF 2017 will connect the prominent leaders in the public and private sectors in a forward-thinking dialogue on regional collaboration and sustainable tourism development in the world.
Global Tourism Economy Forum will offer through this meeting in rewarding the programmes and unrivalled business networking and matching opportunities to delegates from China and around the world, by which they can capitalise on the impetus of tourism development and growth in China.