In 2010, the total investment in China’s theme park industry was 20.5 billion RMB. With an average of 100 million visitors per year and a yearly average consumption of more than 100 billion RMB; it is estimated that the industry will increase by 15% in 2011. According to forecasts by the United Nations World Tourism Organization, by 2020, China will overtake France and Spain to become the world’s main tourist destination.
At the China Theme Park Expansion Summit, taking place on 8-9 September 2011, in Shanghai, China, senior government officials from the tourism administration and senior executives from leading theme park operators, hotel operators and entertainment facility suppliers from all over the world, will come together to discuss the latest industrial policies, China’s major theme park projects progress, and theme park management strategies in order to find the best solution providers. Speakers will come from Shanghai Municipal Tourism Administration, Hong Kong Disneyland, Universal Parks and Resorts, Ocean Park, IAAPA, Happy Valley, Suzhou Amusement Land and MGM Hospitality just to name a few.
In order to foster the most productive networking environment possible, at China Theme Park Expansion Summit you will meet face-to-face with key buyers actively seeking technological solutions for their existing and future projects. Meet pre-qualified industry leaders, create new partnerships and alliances and showcase new technologies and applications to a targeted audience of decision makers. Noppen is one of the leading producers of business conferences and professional trainings in Asia and Europe.