The “New Normal” Redefining Traveling. How China will travel in the following months
While we are all slowly coming back into the “new normal”, we have to make clear that it will definitely be a “new normal” behaviours will have changed, learn how the industry is changing today in China.
New Partnership: Volcanic Islands of the Forgotten Dodos, Mauritius
Shake to Win interviewed Robert Ambroise, CEO and Founder, who shared his impressions about Shake to Win services and the main reasons that drove him to trust us to encourage Chinese independent travelers to discover Mauritius.
#TFH Campaign goes to Bhutan; Generates 526,100 Readership on Weibo
This weekend Bhutan Soul Tour and Travel partnered with us to host a virtual visit to Bhutan. On only one day we generated over 526,100 readerships on the Chinese Social Media Giant, Weibo.
s we can see, in theory, it is possible to have space where the economy can manifest excellence, potency and efficacy, the main question is: How? A few key factors are in place when talking about VE, we at Shake to Win would like to highlight three.
What can we expect from this sector in the near future? We at Shake to Win would like to present our reads some of the trends of wellness travel expected to attract a tremendous amount of visitors once the travel restrictions are no longer in effect
Emily Cheung, Founder and CEO of Shake to Win, was interviewed by BBC two times in one month. About her perspectives and personal experience as a female entrepreneur in COVID-19.
Our CEO and Founder, Emily Cheung, was interviewed on Today, a BBC podcast as a young entrepreneur and a businesswoman based in Hong Kong, and she was asked to give her perspective in business living through the lockdown and now after the quarantine has started to lift in some areas in China.
600,000+ Chinese social media users virtually travelled to Berlin with us.
From the traditional industry perspectives, we think that offline events/ trade-shows are always the best way to sell, however, have you ever considered that the first step of the consumer journey can start somewhere online?