On November 11, Daniel Smith, CEO of Singapore Dorn Fund Management Agency and CEO of CTC, and heads of five new side chains officially reached strategic consensus after long-term friendly communication, and announced that five new side chains under CTC Global Travel Chain, including DRN, SPO, REK, EDR and TBL, were officially connected to the chain. Due to the global COVID-19 outbreak, the strategic press conference scheduled for Singapore was not held as scheduled. This multi-party strategic cooperation was finally concluded in the form of electronic contract.
Singapore donne the fund management organ CEO, the chief executive of CTC, Daniel Smith, of five new side chain anchor spots (durban, South Africa, Sao Paulo, Brazil, reykjavik, Edinburgh, Istanbul, Turkey) the characteristics of human geography environment and beautiful landscapes, said after the outbreak must personally go to feel the unique local customs. It is reported that the operation centers of the five new side chains are set up in local business centers in the five cities, and have reached strategic cooperation with the famous local travel companies.
Durban is a beautiful coastal city in Kwazulu-Natal province, South Africa’s second largest city, known as the “best managed City in Africa”, is also a famous international conference capital. Golden beaches, lush palm trees, a warm subtropical climate and the blue waters of the Indian Ocean make Durban an international tourist destination.
Sao Paulo is located in the southeastern state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, is the largest city in Brazil, South America’s largest and most prosperous city, the world’s famous international metropolis. There are many famous buildings in downtown Sao Paulo, the most remarkable of which is the Catholic Cathedral, one of the largest churches in South America. Built in the 1930s and on The 400th anniversary of Sao Paulo’s founding in 1954, it is a classic Gothic edifice.
Reykjavik, the capital of the republic of Iceland, is Iceland’s largest city and a big port, due to its excellent geographical location as northern European main ports, reykjavik city layout is symmetrical, few tall buildings, the main buildings and the residents of the small and exquisite housing paint red and green more, under the sun, colorful, colorful; With the north and east of the city covered by the snow-capped peaks, particularly beautiful.
Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland in the United Kingdom, located on the south bank of the Gulf of Forth in the central lowlands of Scotland. Edinburgh is the city that best reflects the Scottish style, and was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995. Edinburgh has many ancient churches and gorgeous Victorian buildings.
Istanbul is the economic, cultural and transportation center of Turkey. It is the only city across Asia and Europe in the world and a world famous tourist resort. Located at the eastern end of the Balkan Peninsula and west of the south mouth of the Bosphorus Strait, it dominates the entrance of the Black Sea and is the key point of the Eurasian transportation. It has a very important strategic position and is a modern city across The Two continents of Europe and Asia.
Tourism has always been an important source of economic growth for major countries in the world. Especially since the beginning of the 21st century, tourism demand has been developing towards multiple levels. The boundary of the traditional cultural and tourism industry is gradually blurred, and the development model based on offline consumption will gradually transform to the combination of online and offline. Digital cultural innovation will accelerate a new round of cross-boundary integration of cultural tourism industry and give birth to new forms of business.
CTC and the directors of five new side chains are optimistic about the future prospects of the digital travel industry. With the gradual expansion of scientific and technological reform to various industries, the cultural and tourism industry will also usher in a peak of development. It will be closely integrated with block chain technology, artificial intelligence, big data and other technologies to stimulate the vitality of the cultural and tourism industry, promote the upgrading of the cultural and tourism industry, and empower the digital transformation of the cultural and tourism industry.
Emma was born in Tuskegee Albama and educated at Kent state University. She has written across the National News. She worked as a manager for the global marketing department and recently she is working on Weekly Optimist.
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