Organisers of IT&CM China and CTW China, TTG Asia Media, has partnered with Dragon Trail Interactive (DTI), as it prepares to host its first fully virtual tradeshow this August.
DTI’s The Next Travel Market (TNTM) platform will have an English-Mandarin interface that can be accessed via a PC, mobile or a WeChat mini programme, providing a single-entry access for both international and China-based delegates.
Delegates visiting the exhibition section will be able to meet suppliers from across China and the world. Users will be able to download sales resources, view product presentations, swap e-business cards, leave messages, schedule an appointment or even hop onto a walk-in meeting. Video calls, text, and voice chat will also be made available. Each exhibitor or buyer will receive up to 24 x 20-min pre-scheduled appointment slots over two days.
There will also be a new Buyer Procurement Showcase segment, which will see business, association and corporate buyers sharing their procurement requirements with relevant and interested destination and supplier leads. Each showcase is 20 minutes in duration.
Participating destinations and corporate brands will also be giving updates and developments in 20-minute presentations under the Brand Showcase section, and there will be daily opportunities to engage with prolific industry experts to talk about this year’s hot topics.
After a hard day’s work, delegates will be then able to stretch their social muscles and participate in virtual conversations, ice-breakers and interactive games.
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