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Asian source market growth under the spotlight at Seatrade Cruise Asia

Asian source market growth under the spotlight at Seatrade Cruise Asia

With less than a month to go until the 2015 Seatrade Cruise Asia event takes place in Busan, Korea, leading industry experts are getting ready to start spear-heading discussions on the future of Growing the Asian Source Market, taking place on June 12 from 1030 – 1200 hrs.

Speakers in this second conference session of Seatrade Cruise Asia 2015 event will include: Ted Blamey (moderator) Principal, CHART Management Consultants, Harry Baek President & CEO, Lotte Tour Development Co., Ltd, Lorenzo Diamantini Vice General Manager, Greater China, MSC Cruises, Michael Goh SVP, Sales, Star Cruises, Helen Huang General Manager, China, Costa Crociere SpA, Kelvin Tan Commercial Director, Asia Pacific, Celebrity Cruises, Dwain Wall Co-President & COO, WorldCruise.cn.

The panel will discuss which markets have the strongest growth potential for cruise sales, how soon and on what scale will Asian passengers shift from their preference of local cruising to further afield and what regions outside Asia must do to prepare for an influx of Asian cruisers, how do the tastes and aspirations of Asian cruisers differ from those in North America and Europe and how will the cruise product be distributed in Asia in the future?
 
Seatrade Cruise Asia is hosted by Busan Port Authority, Busan Metropolitan City, Korea Tourism Organization and Korea Marine Leisure Network.

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