China Travel and Tourism Industry
Hawaii’s sister-state relationships with Guangdong and Hainan provinces have resulted in numerous exchanges between our regions. This seminar will provide you with information regarding leveraging these relationships in helping your business to grow. In addition, understanding how to attract visitors from China to your retail establishments will help you to plan as tourism from China resumes again in Hawaii. Register here.
Ava Yan, Co-founder of Beijing Milla travel
Ava Yan, who is Hawaii Tourism Authority Certified Hawaii Travel Expert , has traveled to 168 cities in 17 countries in Europe, America, and Asia, currently works as a KOC.
She has 15 years of experience in the travel industry, served as the head of JTB North America Beijing office. Understands the real situation of the U.S. travel industry, have arranged Hawaii travel receptions for many travelers, familiar with Hawaii’s tourism resources and understand tourists’ travel habits.
As an experienced travel industry professional, she also worked for McArthurGlen, a well-known European shopping group, and Pursuit, a travel resource group in the Canadian Rockies. Has many years of experience in the promotion of tourism in the Chinese market.
Candice Wang, Director of Destination Management Department, Caissa Tourism
Candice Wang joined Caissa Tourism in 2011 and has been engaged in tourism related services for nearly 10 years. As is capable of knowledge and resources of different destinations, she has been responsible for business of both North America and South America market. Participated in different tourism businesses, such as arranged several charter flights services to the United States, prepared exhibition project for more than 10,000 visitors, and provided services to government officials.
Promoting strategic cooperation between Caissa Tourism and the United States. Provide resources and seek more business opportunities.
Establishing and maintaining close relationship with partners in various industries.
David Tang, Vice President, Ivy Alliance Tourism Consulting
David Tang has been working in the area of research and marketing of Chinese outbound tourism for 12 years. He takes lead in multiple influential projects including the International Forum on Chinese Outbound Tourism, China Outbound Tourism Quality Service Certification Program, China Outbound Tourism Price Index. He was also the Chief China Marketing Representative for Guam (2012-2014) and was invited to speak in important UNWTO events on topics of China.