- How big can the Asian source markets become by 2020?
- The diversity of Asia and the need to differentiate between markets
- What is the likely future pattern of cruise tourism development in China and what kinds of products and itineraries will appeal most to Chinese consumers?
- Can we expect to see more Asian new entrants to the cruise market?
- How can the Korean and other Asian economies maximise the benefits of cruise tourism?
- What is the nature and scale of the opportunity for Asian shipyards in cruise ship construction?
MODERATOR: Mary BOND, Managing Director of Publishing and Editor, Seatrade Cruise Review and Seatrade Cruise News
Travel Agents attending training at the 2016 Seatrade Cruise Asia conference will gain a significant advantage over their competitors in the cruise retail market by having an exclusive opportunity to receive insight to the most critical skills needed in Cruise Retail Success. Presented by experienced international speaker and trainer, Peter Kollar, head of CLIA Australasia’s Training & Development program, Peter will reveal the 10 most important elements he has found which have helped agents around the world to find success, and in detail, showcase how you can develop these skills to become the ultimate cruise holiday seller.
- Korea’s newly developed shore excursion programmes
- Setting the scene: new facts and figures on cruise deployment and destinations in 2016
- Which will be the stand out Asian hubs, as the industry seeks new ports and fresh itineraries?
- Is new infrastructure investment in Asia keeping pace with demand?
- How cruise friendly is the operating environment in Asia?
- Will the new lower price of fuel affect deployment decisions in the region?
MODERATOR: Robert W GUY, Managing Director, Singapore & Malaysia, Destination Asia
This one hour workshop will discuss cruise line, passenger and ground handling requirements for transit and homeports across Asia
MODERATOR: Luis AJAMIL, President & CEO, Bermello, Ajamil & Partners Inc