With the largest pool of smartphone users in the world, China has become a petri dish for marketers and technology companies alike to test ways to get consumers to buy both online and off.
More than half of all mobile phone users in China will own and use a smartphone in 2015, eMarketer estimates.
Spring Airlines has postponed its IPO from December 22, to January 12 next year.
LY.com and Wanda Tourism have formed a strategic partnership to expand future cooperation in the areas of product development, procurement, brand marketing and mobile internet.
Attract China, predicted that in 2015, 140 million Chinese tourists will go abroad, spending more than $188 billion.
Navigation app Gogocity recently received RMB5 million in an angel investment round from Shenzhen-based Fortune Link’s subsidiary Foshan Fortune Link Investment and GF Xinde Investment Management.
P2P startup Shou65 announced in its new app launch event in Shanghai that it received a multi-million yuan investment from Cybernaut and Tisiwi.
China space technology authorities are seeking partners to build a space theme park to enable more members of the public experience the wonders of space travel.
We caught up with 10 online travel agency and hotel CEOs, as well as an executive chairman to see what their companies are up to in terms of rolling out the next phase in mobile innovations.
Airlines battle to bring the most first-class experiences to high-paying customers.
Fosun International Ltd made another bid for French resort company Club Med that trumps Italian investor Andrea Bonomi.
Utrip, the travel planning startup, said today that it has raised $850,000. That is in addition to the $750,000 investment it received last spring.
If we want to improve our positioning on Booking.com as rapidly as possible in order to increase sales, it is obvious what needs to be done.
Travelers are have growing expectations from airports, says the latest FlightView Connected Airport survey.
As Uber is struggling to address complaints in dozens of cities where it operates, one of the company’s biggest problems is its screening process for drivers.
Airbus’s double-decker A380 wide-body has generated more than its share of buzz but sales have been dismal. Not a single A380 has been ordered by a passenger airline so far in 2014.
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