Travel Industry News at TravelNewsAsia.com since 1997. Interviews, podcasts, videos, pictures and more

Search Travel News Asia for: Shopping

Search Results
Your search for Shopping found the following documents (of 50143 documents searched):
Displaying documents 9-16 of 10403, with best matches first:

9. Smartphone Shopping Trend Sweeps Asia Pacific Region
Asias appetite for online shopping has shifted. China leads the region overall as the market with the most propensity to conduct online shopping (102 Index Points), ahead of New Zealand (87), Australia (85), Singapore (84), and South Korea (82). Chinas score has increased by 4 Index Points from last years index.
10. Hong Kong Shopping Festival to run from 30 June to 31 August 2007
Hong Kong Shopping Festival to run from 30 June to 31 August 2007. This year's Hong Kong Shopping Festival which runs from 30 June to 31 August will tie in with the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR). With phenomenal support and a host of special offers and privileges from different sectors, the Festival is set to offer visi
11. Online Holiday Shoppers to Exceed Traditional Shopping Spend
Online Holiday Shoppers to Exceed Traditional Shopping Spend As Christmas approaches, not only are shoppers thronging the streets to hunt down great gifts for family and friends, but they are also trawling the Internet for that special something. Online shopping has fast gained popularity with many this festive season to the extent that online shoppers are expected to spend more pe
12. Double Digit Growth for Chic Outlet Shopping Villages in Europe
Double Digit Growth for Chic Outlet Shopping Villages in Europe. South East Asia, which represents a fast growing market for the Villages, saw a 76% increase in total tax refunded sales in 2009, compared to 2008. The region, which represents 9% of all of Chic Outlet Shoppings tax refunded sales globally, has continued to prove its importance as a key target for the European outlet
13. New Study Identifies New Online Travel Shopping Trends
A new industry study, Empowering inspiration: The Future of Travel Search, identifies trend-setting consumers' behaviour and motivations when shopping for travel online, and identifies their experience during the destination selection, shopping and booking processes. The study also details the key trends and predictions for how consumers want to be able to search for travel online
14. Survey: Online Shopping Trends in Asia
Survey: Online Shopping Trends in Asia. Online shopping was most popular among respondents from mainland China and Taiwan where almost all those surveyed (98% and 97% respectively) said they had shopped online in the past twelve months. Purchasing online was also common practice for respondents from India with 89% saying they had shopped online over the past year.
15. Visa Survey Highlights Online Shopping Trends in Asia
Visa Survey Highlights Online Shopping Trends in Asia. Among the 2,380 respondents across the region polled for the survey, the most popular online purchases on overseas websites in the past 12 months were clothes/shoes (12%), followed by airline tickets and travel accommodation (10% respectively). Clothes/shoes (53%) were also the most popular local and overseas online shopping ca
16. Maher Al Shaer appointed President of Middle East Council of Shopping Centres
Maher Al Shaer appointed President of Middle East Council of Shopping Centres. Based in Dubai, the MECSC is a voluntary, non-profit association. Established in 1994, the council has more than 750 active members. Covering a territory of 18 countries in the region, the MECSC represents the interests of shopping mall owners, developers, marketing managers, leasing managers and special

Documents 9-16 of 10403 displayed.

Results Pages: [ << Previous ] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 [ Next >> ]

Travel News Asia - Home Page

Advertising
Advertising
Contact Details | Privacy | About Us | TravelNewsAsia.com Copyright © 1997 - 2020 - TravelNewsAsia.com - All rights reserved.