Press Release: Regent Street announces launch of new Chinese website

Regent Street, London W1, is delighted to announce the launch of a new website for Chinese visitors, Regentstreetonline.cn, which is packed with key features designed specifically to meet the needs of the growing number of Chinese visitors.

Research supplied by international shopping experts, Global Blue, proves that the Chinese are one of the top international markets on Regent Street. Chinese visitor numbers have increased by 15% year on year and it is predicted to triple over the next five years, ...

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ChinaContact weekly Newsletter, 6th October 2014

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Eurostar launches its first ever Weibo campaign targeting the Chinese market 

Eurostar, the high-speed rail service connecting the UK to mainland Europe, is today launching a new video-centric, Weibo campaign targeting Chinese students living in Paris and London.

The competition invites entrants to submit short videos of their favorite spot in Paris or London, to be in with the chance of winning a luxury Eurostar trip for two people. The launch of the social media campaign comes in response to the recent changes in visa regulations for Chinese ...

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Chinese Social Media Underutilised by London Hotels, China Edge Study Shows

Chinese social media use has taken off in recent years and is an increasingly important tool to reach and shape opinions within the Chinese market. However, a recent study by UK-based luxury retail and travel consultancy China Edge shows that Chinese social media platforms have so far been almost entirely neglected by London hoteliers.

China Edge surveyed the Chinese social media engagement of 102 hotels in London, including 87 five-star and 15 four-star properties. ...

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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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ChinaContact Weekly Newsletter, December 9th , 2013

 

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ChinaContact Weekly Newsletter 11th November

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