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European Online Travel Overview Ninth Edition

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US $2,495 €1979

Despite continuing political and economic uncertainty in the region, Europe's travel market continued its recovery in 2012. While the total value of travel services sold surpassed its prerecession peak, mixed economic conditions have led to uneven performances across the major markets. PhoCusWright's European Online Travel Overview Ninth Edition provides comprehensive analysis, sizing and forecasts for the region's total and online leisure and unmanaged business travel markets. The report examines key segments and channels, with a focus on six major geographical markets: France, Germany, Italy, Scandinavia, Spain and the U.K.
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Report | Published: December 2013
Free For: European and Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Report Thirteenth Edition: Hotels & Lodging

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US $1,250 €991

U.S. hotels continued to outshine the industry as a whole in 2012. Increased marketing spend by suppliers and online travel agencies, the availability of vast and appealing content, and high mobile adoption are connecting with eager travelers of all stripes. Demand is up, and so are profits – but distribution decisions have become trickier than ever. U.S. Online Travel Overview Thirteenth Edition: Hotel & Lodging sizes the total and online hotel markets, delves into current and projected channel dynamics, and provides comprehensive analysis and market forecasting through 2015.
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Report | Published: December 2013
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Report Thirteenth Edition

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US $2,495 €1979

After back-to-back years at or near double-digit growth, the U.S. travel market hit a plateau in 2012 and is projected to climb, though slowly, in 2013. Economic uncertainty in the next few years will turn the travel market into a tug-of-war between travelers searching hard for bargains and companies keeping prices up to stay afloat amid intense competition. U.S. Online Travel Overview Thirteenth Edition provides sizing and analysis of the U.S. total and online travel markets by segment and channel, including mobile. The report also explores market context by highlighting the consumer and technology dynamics driving various trends and presenting a comprehensive five-year view of the U.S. travel landscape for 2011-2015.
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Report | Published: November 2013
Free For: Global Subscribers

Australia and New Zealand Online Travel Overview Sixth Edition: Suppliers Consolidate - and Lead

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US $695 €551

The past two years gifted the Australian and New Zealand travel markets with quick recovery from the recession and steep currency appreciation against the U.S. dollar. But this financial volatility evened out in 2012, and the maturing ANZ travel market will maintain steady growth through 2015. Australia and New Zealand Online Travel Overview Sixth Edition: Suppliers Consolidate - and Lead sizes the two countries' total and online travel markets and provides analysis and projections through 2015 by segment and channel, including mobile
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Report | Published: November 2013
Free For: Global and Asia Pacific Subscribers

Japan Online Travel Overview Report

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US $1,095 €868

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

Presentation: Upward and Onward: PhoCusWright's Indian Consumer Travel

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US $199 €158

On May 30, 2012, PhoCusWright analysts turned their attention to the dynamic Indian travel marketplace and the country's new breed of sophisticated, tech-savvy travelers.
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Presentation | Published: May 2012
Free For: Global, Asia Pacific, and Webinar Subscribers

Mobile Hits the Mainstream: Technology and Industry Trends

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US $895 €710

Mobile Hits the Mainstream: Technology and Industry Trends studies the trends shaping mobile travel worldwide, tracking mobile device adoption in key global markets. The report highlights emerging mobile technologies, identifying strategic opportunities for suppliers, intermediaries and corporate travel organizations. In addition, the research provides a closer view of the U.S. mobile travel market, sizing the U.S. mobile leisure/unmanaged business travel market through 2013.
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Report | Published: February 2012
Free For: Innovation Subscribers

The South Korean Travel Market: Rising Again

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US $350 €278

Fueled by a high incidence of domestic and international travel, along with strong mobile and Internet penetration among consumers, South Korea's travel industry has bounced back from the global economic downturn. This Spotlight examines the South Korean travel market, where shifting consumer behavior and technology adoption are reshaping a landscape long dominated by traditional travel agencies and tour operators.
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Spotlight | Published: November 2011
Free For: Global and Asia Pacific Subscribers

Presentation: What a Mess! Europe's Fragmented Vacation Rental Marketplace

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US $199 €158

This event recording unravels the remarkable complexity and rapid evolution of the European vacation rental marketplace, and provides fresh insight and analysis to help travel companies understand and leverage this extraordinary opportunity.
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Presentation | Published: November 2011
Free For: Webinar Subscribers

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

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US $1,495 €1186

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