Breakfast Briefing: Top 100 City Destinations

Level 6, L'Hotel Island South, 55 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen - Hong Kong
December 3, 2019 to December 3, 2019

Euromonitor International’s Top 100 City Destinations Ranking will once again highlight the top cities for inbound tourism arrivals, and discuss the main developments which help cities stay ahead of their competitors.

Join us for the launch of the Top 100 City Destinations, 2019 edition, revealing the latest city ranking. Despite the global slowdown, the top 100 cities continue to outperform the global travel and tourism industry. We will reveal who are the latest movers and shakers in the face of rising social unrest and geopolitical headwinds caused by international trade wars, discuss how to keep ahead of megatrends to help future-proof destinations and travel brands, and how Asia travel hubs can maintain their competitive edge especially in this time of flux.

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Sessions:

Future-proofing Cities for Success

Join Euromonitor International for the launch of the Top 100 City Destinations, 2019 edition, revealing the latest city ranking in terms of international visitors. Despite the global slowdown, the top 100 cities continue to outperform the global travel and tourism industry. We reveal who are the latest movers and shakers in the face of rising social unrest and geopolitical headwinds caused by international trade wars. In this time of flux, Euromonitor International will present how keeping ahead of megatrends can help to future-proof destinations and travel brands.

Hong Kong and Singapore: the Battle for Asia’s Travel Capital

Comparisons are frequent between Hong Kong and Singapore, two territories that share much in common: similar country area, population and GDP for example. However, looked at through the lens of the travel industry, the two territories exhibit some striking difference. In this presentation, Euromonitor International will shine a light on who the travellers coming to Singapore and Hong Kong are, where they are coming from and the different drivers motivating their trip, as well as the key aspects differentiating Hong Kong and Singapore’s tourism infrastructure. In doing so, we will uncover both similarities and differences between the two territories, and attempt to answer the long-lasting question: Which of the two comes out on top?

Session date and time: Tuesday, 3 December at 9:00am-11:15am HKT

Speakers names:  Caroline Bremner, Head of Travel and Tourism Research

Simon Haven, Senior Analyst

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