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U.S. Consumer Travel Report Fifth Edition

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US $1,495 €1217

While the U.S. economy showed clear signs of recovery in 2012, there were enough mixed signals to make vacation decisions difficult for many Americans. Through a longitudinal analysis, Phocuswright's U.S. Consumer Travel Report Fifth Edition examines traveler behavior along each step of the travel planning process - from the media travelers rely on to make destination and product decisions, to the channels they use to book and share their trip experiences. Key metrics include frequency and duration of trips, travel expenditure and travel component purchases, and travel intentions for the coming year.
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Report | Published: April 2013
Free For: Global Subscribers

Travel Innovation and Technology Trends: 2012 and Beyond

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US $500 €407

Heads up, travel companies: 2012's host of technology trends – including new developments in social e-commerce, business intelligence and content fragmentation – will have huge effects on the future of travel distribution.
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Spotlight | Published: April 2012
Free For: Innovation Subscribers

Presentation - On the Edge of Optimism: Key U.S. Traveler Insights

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US $199 €162

This one-hour recorded Phocuswright Webinar explores the behavioral trends, motivations and intentions of U.S. travelers. The package includes the audio recording and presentation deck of the July 13 Webinar. Discover the status of consumer travel in the U.S. and insights into key indicators for the upcoming year.
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Presentation | Published: July 2011
Free For: Global and Webinar Subscribers

Travel Industry Standards: Fish or Cut Bait

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US $350 €285

Creating a global electronic marketplace for travel requires standards that enable learning, shopping, and booking across a multitude of points-of-sale. While some standards have been established, most segments are still too fragmented and there is still much to be done. What are the next steps, and who will make them happen?
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Spotlight | Published: December 2009
Free For: Innovation Subscribers