The Global Tourism Economy Forum, which promotes sustainable development with a focus on China, is meeting in Macao on October 16 and 17.
“Regional Collaboration Towards a Better Future” is the theme for GTEF 2017, in support of China’s Belt and Road Initiative and embracing the “16+1” economic framework under which China partners with the 16 diverse and culturally rich Central and Eastern European countries.
GTEF’s featured partner countries include Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.
These countries along with Guizhou province will offer delegates a fresh perspective on potential in the global tourism economy.
GTEF will engage prominent leaders in the public and private sectors in a dialogue on regional collaboration and sustainable tourism development.
It will once again offer both rewarding programmes and unrivalled business networking and matching opportunities to delegates from China and around the world, so that they can capitalise on the momentum of tourism development and growth.
Stay tuned for more information via www.GTE-Forum.com and www.Facebook.com/gteforum.