TUI Group continues to expand its activities in China. The company's representatives and commercial tour operators have met partners from Hangzhou and Sanya to discuss the tourism potential of the regions as destinations and markets.
Hosting Alibaba’s head office, technology spin-offs and a number of universities, the modern city of Hangzhou is China’s high-tech metropolis, which also pursues green and ecological policies.
The travel group also managed to build bridges between the representatives from Hangzhou and representatives from the German partner cities of Dresden and Heidelberg, initiating in particular active student exchange schemes.
TUI Group is also expanding its cooperation with China in other regions in the country. At the beginning of the year, the travel group became the exclusive partner of the city of Dujiangyan for global tourism promotion. Weeks ago, TUI China had organised a major tourism congress in Athens for the tourism organisation of the capital of Beijing. In spring 2017, the Group also entered into a three-year strategic partnership with Sanya, the capital of the Chinese tropical island of Hainan.
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