Coney DongreResearch Analyst
Ms. Dongre joined Phocuswright's Asia Pacific team in 2014. Coney contributes to various research projects including Asia Pacific Online Travel Overview and helps the team in data collation and management. Prior to joining Phocuswright, Coney worked as an IT consultant with Infosys Limited, where she used her analytical skills to understand the requirements for projects and lay a foundation for project development. Coney is an engineering graduate from Bhopal University and holds an M.B.A. (marketing) from Symbiosis University. Apart from work, Coney enjoys gardening and bird-watching.
Curated Collection: TechnologyCategory: Technology Innovation Published: March 2020 Analysts: Michael Gerra, Cathy Walsh, Coney Dongre, Hollis Thomases, Michael Coletta, Bob Offutt US $1,880
This special collection of individual reports – curated by our team of analysts – represents Phocuswright’s most essential research, data and analysis on the key technology trends and developments...
U.S. Online Travel Overview 2019 Market SheetCategory: Market Overview & Sizing Published: March 2020 Analysts: Coney Dongre, Phocuswright Analysts
This market sheet provides quick and easy access to U.S. travel market sizing data from 2017-2023, including key sectors, segments and distribution channels.
The New Global Traveler: Discovering the Impact of TechnologyCategory: Technology Innovation Published: March 2020 Analysts: Coney Dongre, Mark Blutstein, Alice Jong, Maggie Rauch US $795
Phocuswright’s The New Global Traveler: Discovering the Impact of Technology investigates travelers’ tech attitudes and behaviors throughout the trip life cycle and examines how they differ in seven...
Europe Online Travel Overview 2019 Market SheetCategory: Market Overview & Sizing Published: January 2020 Analysts: Coney Dongre, David Juman, Ralph Merten
Though concerns over Brexit and several high-profile bankruptcies threatened to derail growth in some segments, the European travel market advanced 2% in 2019. Offline bookings continue to decline as...