Phocuswright Research

Found 40 matching products (showing newest first).

China Report Package (Buy 2 Reports and Save 10%)

Pcwi_circle
US $1,521 €1228

Purchase Phocuswright's China Consumer Travel Report (including FREE access to the Oct. 9 webinar) and China Online Travel Overview Sixth Edition together to save 10%.
[ view more details ]

Report | Published: October 2013

China Consumer Travel Report

Ch-ctr
US $995 €803

In some respects, China's travel market is not as well developed as many Western markets. Yet with twice as many travelers as the U.S. and a new breed of consumer that is ready, willing and able to get out and see the world, China represents a rather large and unique opportunity. Phocuswright's China Consumer Travel Report provides a comprehensive profile of Chinese travelers' attitudes and behavior throughout the travel lifecycle. Key metrics include frequency and duration of trips (both domestic and international), travel spend and travel component purchases, and the impact of social media and the emerging mobile platform on travel-related activities.
[ view more details ]

Report | Published: September 2013
Free For: Global and Asia Pacific Subscribers

Asia Pacific Online Travel Overview Sixth Edition Hotels: Opportunities – and Obstacles – Aplenty

Aoto6-h
US $695 €561

The Asia Pacific hotel segment has endured significant hardships in recent years, including the global financial crisis, an earthquake and tsunami in Japan, and weakening in both the Chinese and Indian economies. But the APAC lodging industry remains resilient, and in 2012 gross bookings climbed 8% to more than US$110 billion. This report covers market sizing, projections, analysis and key trends for major hotel markets in the Asia Pacific region.
[ view more details ]

Report | Published: September 2013
Free For: Global and Asia Pacific Subscribers

Pan-Asia Pacific Online Travel Traffic Trends Report

Panasiatraff_lg
US $595 €480

The Asia Pacific region, whose rising economic power and rapid development is stimulating innovation and widespread adoption of new technologies, hosts a variety of dynamic and growing online travel markets. Pan-Asia Pacific Online Travel Traffic Trends Report provides measurement and analysis of traffic to travel websites across nine key APAC markets, tracking the balance between suppliers and intermediaries, examining the influence of local versus global companies, and highlighting variations in traveler preferences by market.
[ view more details ]

Report | Published: September 2013
Free For: Global and Asia Pacific Subscribers

China Online Travel Overview Sixth Edition

Choto6
US $695 €561

China's travel market has reached a new stage of maturity, and now must face the uncertainties that come along with greater development – slower growth, higher expectations from consumers and investors, and the imperative to expand the country's travel infrastructure fast enough to keep up with demand. Still, China remains a major growth market. Online travel options are increasing by the day, and competition among suppliers and intermediaries is hotter than ever. China Online Travel Overview Sixth Edition presents market sizing and projections for the total and online leisure and unmanaged business travel markets in China from 2011-2015.
[ view more details ]

Report | Published: August 2013
Free For: Global and Asia Pacific Subscribers

Online Travel Agencies 1Q13: Domestic Pressures Persist, While Overseas Growth Holds

Icondatapoint_large
US $350 €282

U.S. online travel agencies started 2013 with a bang – the top three public OTAs achieved considerable collective growth in the first quarter, thanks to healthy demand in overseas markets. Growth at home, however, continues to slow.
[ view more details ]

Data Point | Published: July 2013
Free For: European, Global, and Asia Pacific Subscribers

India Online Travel Overview Sixth Edition: Rail and Hotel Steal the Spotlight

Indiaoto
US $695 €561

While India breezed through the global financial crisis of 2009, the country's economy – along with its travel market – buckled to global economic pressures in 2012. The rupee dropped in value, hotels took a hit, and airlines – the market's biggest segment – face ongoing industry woes. Despite weak market dynamics, however, India's travel market remains resilient and will not take long to regain full steam. Total travel gross bookings in 2012 experienced healthy growth on a local currency basis, and the explosive increases expected for online hotel and rail bookings in the next three years are nothing short of incredible.
[ view more details ]

Report | Published: June 2013
Free For: Global and Asia Pacific Subscribers

Japan Online Travel Overview Report

J-oto-lg
US $1,095 €884

Japan ceded its leadership of the Asia Pacific travel market to China in 2012, and it will remain the regional runner-up for the foreseeable future. But as the country makes slow, steady progress toward recovery from its losses during the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, the unique characteristics of its travel market - partly mature, partly developing - will continue to attract attention from global online travel agencies and hoteliers.
[ view more details ]

Report | Published: March 2013
Free For: Global and Asia Pacific Subscribers

China Online Travel Traffic Report Second Edition

Chtraffic-lg
US $795 €642

Phocuswright partnered with global digital intelligence provider comScore to measure and analyze web traffic within the travel category in China, including unique visitors, cross-visitation and source/loss patterns. This analysis reveals the dynamics of travel research from the Chinese consumer's point of view and highlights the degrees of influence wielded by different types of travel companies: OTAs versus suppliers, local providers versus global ones, and transactional versus nontransactional sites.
[ view more details ]

Report | Published: February 2013
Free For: Global and Asia Pacific Subscribers

Online Travel Agencies 2Q and 1H12: International Markets Thrown a Curveball

Icondatapoint_large
US $450 €363

The second quarter of 2012 was challenging for U.S. public online travel agencies (OTAs) – Expedia, Orbitz and Priceline. While domestic business was resilient for most, relatively weak travel demand in Europe meant that growth from overseas operations was muted across the board.
[ view more details ]

Data Point | Published: October 2012
Free For: European, Global, and Asia Pacific Subscribers