Friday, 23 January 2015


TFWA’s popular ONE2ONE pre-arranged meetings service will play a vital role in bringing together key stakeholders at the second TFWA China’s Century Conference, which is scheduled to take place from 10th to 12th March 2015 in the Jing An Shangri-La Hotel, Shanghai.

Delegates who are keen to develop their business in China, and elsewhere in Asia, can register for the ONE2ONE service and request meetings in a private suite with airport landlords, airline buyers, top retailers and international brand-owners around the two-day conference.

At the first TFWA China’s Century Conference in 2013 a total of 61 companies registered for ONE2ONE and 112 meetings were facilitated on their behalf. In total 372 delegates attended the landmark conference, nearly 50% from Asia and 36% from Europe.

Throughout the 2015 TFWA China’s Century Conference there will be ample opportunity for attendees to network and profit from this unique forum organised in partnership with the regional association APTRA in one of the most dynamic markets in the world.

There will be an elegant Opening Cocktail sponsored by King Power Group (Hong Kong) and Bally at UNICO Latin tapas venue; a Luncheon offered by Furla; a sumptuous Gala Dinner with entertainment in the grand ballroom; and coffee breaks provided by Coccinelle, Mondelez; Neuhaus and Stoli Group.

Interparfums and China Duty Free Group are the Platinum Sponsors. Portfolios will be supplied by Haikou Meilan Airport Duty Free Shop Co., Ltd, lanyards by LS travel retail, hostess outfits by Lacoste and delegate gifts by, among others, APTRA, Kipling, Haribo, La Sultane de Saba and Travalo.

Registration for the 2015 TFWA China’s Century Conference is open until 20th February at; however industry executives must apply early in order to secure registration, invitation letters, visas, flights and accommodation.

Note: 72-hour transit visa exemption
Visa exemption is applicable to citizens from 45 countries arriving in Shanghai for a maximum transit stay of 72 hours and planning to move on to a destination outside China (and not simply returning to their point of departure). Those granted the exemption will be expected to remain in Shanghai during the 72-hour period and not travel elsewhere in China. Full details and the list of the 45 countries are available at:

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