OCT Named Finalist in Top 60 Hotel Groups of 2019

By That's GBA, August 31, 2020

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From August 22 to 23, the 17th Forum of China Hotel Grouplization Development was held in Qingdao, Shandong province. The forum focused on ways to increase tourism and promote the hotel industry in the wake of COVID-19. Wang Xiaofeng, member of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, and Ling Wen, vice governor of Shandong, both attended the event and gave speeches.

The forum was hosted by the China Tourist Hotels Association and nearly 300 participants, including domestic and foreign hotel groups, individual hotels, investment institutions, institutions of higher learning and consulting institutions were present. During the event, the 2019 China Hotel Group Top 60 list was announced, in additon to the China Hotel Management Company (Group) 2019 Development Report. OCT Hotel Group, with its scale of development, brand value and active practice and exploration in the field of ‘hotel+’ business model and product portfolio, was once again ranked among the top 60.


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[All images courtesy of OCT]

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