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Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province, China
March 12-17, 2013
 
   
   
 

FAQs - Suppliers

 

First-timers: We encourage you to open and review the following PDF documents: "How To Get the Most out of the Go China Summit" in English and Mandarin and "How do Appointments Work" in English and Mandarin- to learn about Go China's appointment process and includes helpful tips and tricks.

How many appointments should a Supplier expect?
Each Supplier registration is provided one set of pre-scheduled appointments. A full appointment schedule is approximately 12 to 15 individual appointments. The number of appointments is determined by two factors:
1) How many Tour Operators you choose to meet with and
2) How many Tour Operators chose to meet with you.
Priority is given to Tour Operator appointment requests.


Will a Supplier get an appointment with every Tour Operator that they have requested?
Not necessarily. Go China Summit utilizes a computerized matching program to produce the appointment schedules. Tour Operator appointment requests are given first priority for scheduled appointments. Once the Tour Operators appointment requests are scheduled then the Supplier requests are included in the Tour Operator appointment schedule. We also keep the Suppliers and Tour Operators together for the entire Summit - lunches, dinners and activities - so you have numerous opportunities to meet each Tour Operator and pitch your product.

Which Tour Operators will be at the Go China Summit?
We expect 50 Tour Operators from United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, United Kingdom, Russia, Asia, and the Middle East.


What should a Supplier bring to the Go China Summit?
Rate sheets, blank contracts, an image portfolio (with pictures and a description of the destination, business or property) and lots of business cards.


Do suppliers set up a tradeshow booth?
No. The one-on-one scheduled appointments are conducted at designated business stations. Tour Operators will be seated at the business stations with Suppliers visiting the Tour Operators for the pre-scheduled, one-on-one meetings.


What is the attire?
The attire for the Go China Summit is business/business casual during the business meetings and business/resort casual for the evening events. If you plan to take part in some outdoor adventure--make sure to bring some play clothes!