Tnooz: Eurostar runs Weibo promo for Chinese students in UK/France (16 Sep 2014)

The campaign is being run with the help of ChinaContact, a strategic and creative agency working with travel brands interested in the Chinese market.

Its managing director Roy Graff told Tnooz:

“Chinese students studying in London and Paris not only have a disposable income but also already have a visa in place so it easy for them to take a short trip overseas.

“They are a clearly defined demographic, and they use Weibo rather than Facebook and Twitter. Weibo is how ...

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ChinaContact Weekly Newsletter, 12th May 2014

 

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ChinaContact Weekly Newsletter, 24th March 2014

 

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ChinaContact Weekly Newsletter 27th January 2014

 

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ChinaContact Weekly Newsletter 20th January 2014

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The French beating the British to the punch?

This article was initially published in The Standard on 17 January 2014. ChinaContact MD Roy Graff provides his analysis to this vexing issue.

Furious London tourism bosses today demanded the immediate scrapping of all “colonial bureaucracy” putting off big-spending Chinese visitors after France unveiled a fast-track 48-hour visa processing system.

France has promised to implement 48-hour visa processing that will start this month and be available to Chinese.  The fast track visa system that Britain offers in China is due ...

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Nationalism rises ahead of National Day

Very warm greetings from ChinaContact to all our friends and contacts in China, who this week celebrate both the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day, falling on the 30th of September and 1st of October respectively.

The two holidays together have resulted in a longer than usual time off work and therefore a bonanza for outbound travel. No doubt that the statistics on Chinese travelling abroad this week would be breaking records. A few destinations, sadly, would not be benefitting from ...

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