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Fairtheworld Predicts Future Trend of Tourism Development: Neural Network Connectivity

June 30, 2009

HONG KONG, June 30 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — Tourism, as the barometer of the
global economy, is sensitive to the bulge or shrinkage of the public purse.
The financial crisis didn’t impact the tourism industry directly, but in an
indirect way by forcing enterprises to cut expenditures and individuals to
cancel their travel plans.

The financial crisis is a disaster to many enterprises, yet at the same
time, it is a good opportunity for the industry to refresh itself and for new
forces to emerge. Faced with the drastically contracted market, how will
enterprises on the tourism industry chain increase income and reduce
expenditure, and seize opportunities that others have neglected? Under the
crisis, the tourism industry, which has paid insufficient attention to
e-commerce before, should start to reflect and draw lessons, and exploit
e-commerce tools just like the manufacture industry.

Fairtheworld.com has proposed the concept of “e-commerce matrix”, in which
various single links on the industry chain are integrated into a commerce
matrix as closely connected as the human neural network. Each business unit in
the matrix can establish relations with other units. The finite business units
can therefore establish connection paths with many different units, while
these different paths form an effective e-commerce value chain.

The “Fair N Fair” 3D Virtual Expo platform created by Fairtheworld.com,
based on the concept of “e-commerce matrix”, has integrated various business
units in the tourism industry, such as tourists, travel agencies, hotels,
restaurants, entertainment, transportation, insurance companies and other
entities. While in the past, these units lacked connectivity between each
other or managed to form very limited connections, now “Fair N Fair” will
invite them into the e-commerce based matrix, where the supply and demand
activities of travelers, travel agencies, hotels and other institutions will
be forged into the most efficient, fast, and responsive connections like
neural networks.

With the help of “e-commerce matrix”, tourists will have more choices with
reduced time consumption and opportunity cost. While travel agencies, hotels
and other players will be able to minimize their service redundancy and
operational risks. Fairtheworld.com will help enterprises and individuals in
the tourism industry find the best solution with its innovative concept and
technologies, and make the tourism industry keep pace with the Information Age
by its services.

    For more information, please contact:

     Dodona Song
     Cell:  +86-159-1626-1151
     Email: news@fairtheworld.com

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