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Latin American Online Travel Overview

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US $1,095 €792

Latin America is, in some respects, the next frontier of the global travel marketplace. While quite large from a geographical standpoint, its travel market is substantially smaller and less developed than that of the U.S., Canada, Europe and even the emerging Asia Pacific region. However, a combination of factors - including strong economic gains, government initiatives, an expanding middle class and heightened awareness and adoption of technology - is transforming Latin America from a peripheral player to one that significantly impacts the worldwide travel industry.
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Report | Published: April 2011
Free For: Global Subscribers

Global Online Travel Overview Second Edition

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US $695 €503

Online travel is no longer the domain of wealthy nations with pervasive computer and Internet access. It is universal. Any traveler with a computer, tablet or mobile device can make an online transaction - from just about anywhere. This publication compares total and online leisure/unmanaged business travel gross bookings in the U.S., Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America.
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Report | Published: April 2011
Free For: Global Subscribers

Social Media in Travel Planning

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US $350 €253

Social media and social networks have brought fundamental changes to how people connect and interact with each other, and have become important tools for travelers as they research, shop for and purchase travel. This Analysis examines startups that attempt to leverage new technology and the power of the social Web in the trip inspiration and planning processes.
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Analysis | Published: March 2011
Free For: Innovation Subscribers

When They Get There (and Why They Go): Activities, Attractions, Events and Tours

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US $995 €720

While U.S. travelers spent nearly $27 billion on travel activities, attractions, events and tours in 2009, these activities have failed to penetrate and participate in the broader travel distribution ecosystem. This report analyzes the travel opportunity for events and activities in the U.S., and identifies opportunities and challenges for travel suppliers, distributors and technology providers.
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Report | Published: February 2011
Free For: European and Global Subscribers

The Mobile Wallet Becomes a Reality: How M-Payments and NFC will Change the Travel Experience

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US $350 €253

Advancing mobile technology and smartphone penetration are changing consumers' lives and enhancing the travel experience. This Analysis explores how the combination of mobile payments and Near Field Communications could improve traveler efficiency and provide new avenues for personalized interactions.
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Analysis | Published: February 2011
Free For: Innovation and Asia Pacific Subscribers

Online Traffic and Conversion Report Second Edition

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US $1,095 €792

While suppliers and online travel agencies generate the core of Web activity in the travel category today, non-transactional sites like traveler review websites, lead generators and metasearch sites are a significant component of the online travel landscape. PhoCusWright's Online Traffic and Conversion Report analyzes traffic and conversion to identify the key trends that are shaping how and where consumers shop for and purchase travel.
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Report | Published: February 2011
Free For: Global Subscribers

The Other Online Travel Agencies: The OTA Landscape Beyond the Big Four

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US $450 €326

An examination of the online agency world beyond the Big Four, as well as a look at some of the leading tier-two OTAs and the role they play in the online travel market.
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Data Point | Published: February 2011
Free For: Global Subscribers

Direct Connect: Will it Happen?

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US $299 €216

Despite the strengths of an intermediated model that supports global travel reservations systems, some suppliers have resisted going through intermediaries, and have taken bold steps to implement a direct connect strategy. This Analysis examines the prospects for the direct connect movement, across major travel categories.
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Analysis | Published: January 2011
Free For: Innovation and Asia Pacific Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition: Hotels & Lodging

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US $1,495 €1082

Hoteliers' concerns for survival have given way to cautious optimism. Economic recovery for hoteliers is fragile. Hospitality ADR improvement is regionally uneven. And overall ADR increases are stubbornly slow. The hotel business recovery is being dampened by continued value-consciousness from both the business and leisure segments.
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Report | Published: November 2010
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition: Online Travel Agencies

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US $1,495 €1082

Like umbrella sales on a rainy day, OTAs do best when inclement conditions dampen the travel marketplace. But despite the countercyclical boost, the OTA segment as a whole skidded off its growth track for the first time in 2009. The decline was inconsistent across companies, however, and share shifts between the major players concentrated the loss to certain brands, while other brands managed to buck the trend.
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Report | Published: November 2010
Free For: Global Subscribers