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Canadian Online Travel Overview Third Edition: 2012-2016

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US $995 €881

Canadians are passionate about travel. More than three in four Canadian travelers say travel is important to their lifestyles, significantly greater than their U.S. counterparts. Canada's travel market is often – and almost always unfairly – pegged to its neighbor to the south, under the assumption that a shared border and language would result in similar market dynamics. But nothing could be further from the truth. With a landscape far more vast, but a population little more than a tenth of the U.S., Canada's travel market is home to some distinct characteristics
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Report | Published: December 2014
Free For: European and Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Fourteenth Edition

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US $2,495 €2209

The 2008-2009 global financial crisis contributed to a conservative approach to spending for many Americans that has taken its toll on travel. However, those days are slipping further into the travel industry's rear view, and leisure travel incidence, frequency and spend all increased in 2013. At the same time, the battle for customers has intensified between travel suppliers and intermediaries, particularly as mobile gains strength as an important distribution channel. U.S. Online Travel Overview Fourteenth Edition provides sizing and analysis of the U.S. total and online travel markets by sector, segment and channel. The report highlights the key issues and trends driving the market, and features a comprehensive view of the U.S. travel landscape from 2012-2016.
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Report | Published: December 2014
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Twelfth Edition

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US $1,872 €1658

While the economy - and the travel industry - didn't improve as much in 2012 as everyone hoped, U.S. travelers remain resilient. Phocuswright's U.S. Online Travel Overview Twelfth Edition hashes out the impact of the current economic uncertainty on the industry and delves into the dynamics of the industry's near future. In addition to market sizing and growth forecasts by travel segment and distribution channel - including mobile - the report tracks the technology trends that will shape the industry through 2014.
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Report | Published: November 2012
Free For: Global Subscribers

Presentation: U.S. Corporate Travel Report: Market Sizing and Technology Trends

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US $199 €176

This May 22, 2012 Webinar explores the key developments that are shaping the corporate travel marketplace, along with market sizing and projections through 2013.
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Presentation | Published: May 2012
Free For: Global and Webinar Subscribers

U.S. Corporate Travel Report: Market Sizing and Technology Trends

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US $1,995 €1767

While the corporate travel sector in the U.S. rebounded relatively quickly from the financial downturn and has now recovered to pre-recession levels, the industry is still in the midst of major change, with several fundamental shifts influencing how business travel will be conducted in the future. This report provides a comprehensive view of the state of managed travel in the U.S., along with the key metrics, dynamics and trends that will shape the arena through 2013.
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Report | Published: May 2012
Free For: Global Subscribers

Mobile Hits the Mainstream: Technology and Industry Trends

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US $895 €793

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

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

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US $995 €881

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

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

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US $1,495 €1324

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

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

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US $1,495 €1324

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: Airlines

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US $1,495 €1324

Although 2008 and 2009 were among the worst years for U.S. airlines, 2010 is shaping up to be among the best. The 2008 oil price spike, which led to untenable fuel prices for airlines, was followed by a steep economic recession. The result was a dramatic decline in corporate demand for travel and, for airlines, those precious premium customers.
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Report | Published: November 2010
Free For: Global Subscribers