WildChina Expands Corporate Services with WCT Events

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November 12, 2014 Press Release:

Award-winning luxury travel company WildChina has taken its MICE and destination management offerings to the next level with the launch of subsidiary company WCT Events. A joint venture with Beijing-based destination management specialist Chin-EASE Corp, WCT Events combines more than 400 events and 20 years of experience to form a powerhouse destination management company specializing in corporate travel, seminars, conferences, and signature events.

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“Since launching destination management services 10 years ago, WildChina has been enjoying steady growth. We are delighted to find a partner with the same service ethos and commitment to quality to continue growing with together.” says WildChina founder and CEO Mei Zhang.

In line with WildChina’s focus for leisure travel, its destination management services specialized in distinctive and authentic experiences, attracting high profile clients, from top US Business Schools to Fortune 500 Companies. WCT Events integrates WildChina’s rich product portfolio with the experienced event management personnel of Chin-EASE. The company will be headed by Joanna Crain, founder of Chin-EASE and former Director of Advance and Protocol for the United States Secretaries of Commerce and Homeland Security. Chin-EASE Corp will be dissolved and all existing event business will be conducted via WCT Events.

The official launch of WCT Events was announced at the company’s first event, Chifan for Charity, a multi-venue charity event attended by 800 people and a highlight in the Beijing social calendar.

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