Analyst Mark Blutstein

Mark Blutstein

Research AnalystMark Blutstein

New York, New York United States

Mr. Blutstein joined the Phocuswright team in 2014 and currently oversees the survey development and data analysis of the Phocuswright syndicated consumer publications. With an M.S. degree in applied social research with a concentration in consumer behavior from the City University of New York: Hunter College, Mark brings his knowledge of research methodologies, sampling strategies, and the consumer decision-making process to Phocuswright's research publications and custom client engagements. His main hobbies are traveling, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and mastering data science.

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Travel Research From Mark Blutstein

U.S. Mobile Shopping and Booking

U.S. Mobile Shopping and Booking

Category: Technology Innovation Published: March 2017 Analysts: Mark Blutstein, Douglas Quinby US $495

Millennials and mobile have charmed travel marketers. The two practically go hand in hand, and their importance only continues to grow. This analysis provides a complete view of U.S. mobile shopping and...

The U.S. Mobile Traveler in 2017

The U.S. Mobile Traveler in 2017

Category: Mobile Published: February 2017 Analysts: Mark Blutstein, Douglas Quinby US $495

Apart from the advent of the Internet itself, no phenomenon has both captivated and terrified travel executives as has the rise of mobile. Its impact continues to evolve – but the implications are...

A Market Transformed: Private Accommodation in the U.S.

A Market Transformed: Private Accommodation in the U.S.

Category: Consumer Trends Published: January 2017 Analysts: Douglas Quinby, Mark Blutstein, Alice Jong, Bing Liu, Cathy Walsh, Deepak Jain, Maggie Rauch US $1,095

Long described as “alternative” lodging, the private accommodation segment is now mainstream. Services such as Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO have transformed the marketplace; in 2015 nearly one in three...

Destination Unknown: How U.S. and European Travelers Decide Where to Go 2016

Destination Unknown: How U.S. and European Travelers Decide Where to Go 2016

Category: Destination & Activities Marketing Published: December 2016 Analysts: Brandie Wright, Mark Blutstein US $995

More than seven in 10 American and European adults took a leisure holiday in 2015. Yet despite their shared affinity for leisure travel, unique economic conditions, cultural and geographical factors in...

European Consumer Travel Report Sixth Edition

European Consumer Travel Report Sixth Edition

Category: Consumer Trends Published: September 2016 Analysts: Brandie Wright, Mark Blutstein US $1,195

Even in the face of a weakening currency, more European consumers are traveling than ever before. At the same time, Europeans are cutting back where they can, taking fewer trips and packaged holidays...

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