China’s Business Travel Success

 

China is considered as one of the most powerful countries in the world having the largest population and strong economy; it is now seen to top the business travel sector. According to a report by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), China is expected to surpass the United States as the “world’s most dominant business travel market” as well as on business travel spending by 2016. The demand for business travel in China is expected to surge as its economy continued to grow in the coming years.

 

Having this foundation, businessmen in various countries in the world also projects China as one of the most inspiring travel destinations. However, doing business in the country requires preparation having one of the distinct culture and business practices. Learn some of the tips in doing business in China and other details about the country’s business travel successes in this week’s round-up.

 

China poised to surpass US on business travel spending by 2016 – Los Angeles Times

China poised to surpass US on business travel spending by 2016Los Angeles TimesWith China’s economy surging, business travel spending from the world’s most populous country is expected to jump 14% in 2013 and 17% next year, according to the Global Bu …

 

China Expected to Become Top Business Travel Market – Benzinga 

China Expected to Become Top Business Travel Market Benzinga According to a report commisssioned by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) and sponsored by Visa (NYSE: V), China is expected to surpass the 

 

13 Inspiring Business Travel Destinations : Under30CEO

When I first came to China in 2008, I realized why more and more people were interested in this country. It felt like the USA in the 1950s and ’60s. My entrepreneurial spirit was inspired by talking to the locals about business 

 

Top Tips for Doing Business in China : AIME Blog

It’s no secret China is one of the largest emerging markets for business events. With a large population, strong economy and high spending Chinese travellers, any organisation interested in expanding their international