Latest Research

Report: August 2014
Choto6
China's travel market is the second largest in the world, and in 2013 exhibited stronger growth...
US $995 / CA $1,081 / £599 / €758
Learn More
Report: August 2014
Apac-oto-lg
Asia Pacific's rise in the global travel industry has been fast and furious, bolstered by the...
US $1,995 / CA $2,168 / £1201 / €1520
Learn More
Analysis: August 2014
Iconanalysis_large
There's little doubt that business technology infrastructure today is reaching for the cloud, and...
US $250 / CA $272 / £151 / €190
Learn More
Report: August 2014
Eurotts_lg
Consumer technology is unleashing massive opportunity for the European travel industry. In...
US $995 / CA $1,081 / £599 / €758
Learn More

What People Are Saying

"Supporting and investing in this landmark project enables StubHub to even better tailor its services around the needs and behaviours of travelers - whether they are travelling across Europe or domestically - thus benefitting the people that ultimately really matter ... the fans."
Thumb
Brigitte Ricou-Bellan
General Manager
StubHub International
"Delighted to have used PhoCusWright for our recent travel trade research project. From the initial concept through to executive, the team were extremely professional. With thanks."
Thumb
Carl Walsh
Director of Travel Trade
VisitBritain

PhoCusWright News

APAC's Emerging Markets Push Region's Online Penetration

Thumb
The Asia Pacific (APAC) travel market is in the midst of a huge and rapid shift from offline to online and mobile channels. Although online travel penetration is increasing at a slower pace than in... more

The State of Travel Startups

Thumb
At PhoCusWright, we get a lot of briefings from travel startups. Over the years, we have seen many emerging companies, so we decided to dig into the numbers to see what we could learn about the... more

Tablets Transform Holiday Shopping for Older Europeans

Thumb
Younger consumers are typically the strongest adopters of new technology. Millennials were first to jump on Facebook. They were first to tweet. They took to smartphones at the fastest clip. But a... more