COTRI Weekly, published by COTRI China Outbound Tourism Research Institute, provides an exclusive topical editorial together with carefully selected online news items about China’s outbound tourism.
COTRI Weekly is and will always remain free of charge and free of advertisements, providing subscribers every Tuesday with important, new, original, and sometimes curious facts, figures, and opinions about the biggest international tourism source market – China!
Weekly video: Editorial of COTRI Weekly
ONLINE CTT CHINA TOURISM TRAINING
Together with The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM), COTRI offers the updated Edition 2021 of the CTT China Tourism Training for the five main branches of the tourism industry: Hospitality, Destinations, Retail, Attractions and Transportation. The online training programme is practically focused, interactive and engaging, providing branch-specific information and Best Practice examples for the post-pandemic Chinese outbound market.
Participants receive a verified university certification by SHTM.
A CTT participant’s judgement: “Very insightful program, a must-do training if you’re aiming to make business with China The amount of information shared is of immense value. I’m positive it’ll be highly beneficial for your career.”
ADVANTAGE: TOURISM - RECOVERY AND RESILIENCE PROGRAMME
The post-pandemic world needs a sustainable and successful recovery and resilience programme for the Chinese outbound tourism market: ADVANTAGE: TOURISM, the major strategy development and implementation tool developed by COTRI & Associates for National and Regional tourism authorities and international tourism service providers.
COTRI ANALYTICS - CHINESE OUTBOUND TOURISM STATISTICS AND ANALYSIS
COTRI Analytics provides the most reliable dataset for the 80 key destinations visited by Chinese outbound travellers for the past decade and forecast for the coming years. Having been used by Bloomberg L.P. since 2015, the COTRI Analytics dataset includes quarter-by-quarter breakdowns of total numbers of arrivals, age groups, gender distribution, education level groups, residence in China according to city tier, the purpose of visit, organisation of travel and accommodation distribution according to star ratings, all in terms of percentage, Year-on-Year change and in terms of absolute numbers, with infographics and an executive analysis of the main reasons and trends provided.