With Simon Lehmann, AJL Consulting and Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Georg Arlt, Founder & CEO of COTRI

It is clear to us all that all travel and hospitality verticals have been strongly impacted by the current COVID-19 crisis. Everyone is trying their best to save their business and prepare for recovery. The short-term rental industry is expected to be one of the fastest recovering travel verticals, however, we all know that the landscape will have changed tremendously by the time bookings start to return. Watch below for one of our guest speakers, as part of the AJL Profitability Hub online conference, discuss emerging trends for the professional short-term rental industry.

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Session description:

COTRI – The Chinese outbound tourism research institute, as its name suggests, specializes in travel trends from China.

As the first country taking a path to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, China’s travel trends can give us an insight into what might be the new traveler’s behaviour when lockdown measures come to an end.

Speaker’s Bio:

Dr. Wolfgang Georg Arlt is a seasoned travel veteran with more than 40 years of experience focusing on Asia and more specifically, China. 

During his career, Dr. Wolfgang Georg Arlt has worn several hats both in the academic and business world but has always kept the study and analysis of Chinese tourism as his point of focus.

In 2004, Dr. Wolfgang Georg Arlt founded the China Outbound Tourism Research Institute (COTRI), providing insights about outbound tourism from China to the rest of the world.

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