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China is among the world’s fastest-growing economies, and its travel market is projected to grow 9-11% annually for the next several years. This continued growth is being driven by more citizens joining the traveling class, improvements in transportation infrastructure, and suppliers and intermediaries tailoring their products to the Chinese traveler. This report provides market sizing, trends and analysis on the Chinese leisure travel market, with projections through 2021.Analysts: Maggie Rauch, Coney Dongre, Deepak JainTopic: Market Overview & SizingRegion: Asia PacificResearch Type: Report
This publication is the Chinese language version of Phocuswright's China Unbounded: The Rapid Rise of China's Outbound Millions. 虽然中国游客已成为一股新兴力量，很多中国人依然不熟悉坐飞机旅行，海外游对他们来说还是新鲜事物。但是伴随着更加繁荣与逐渐放宽的签证限制，人们正在弥补过去未能实现的出境旅游愿望。在2015年，出境旅游的中国公民达1.2亿人次。这一报告是对中国出境游客进行的首次调查，从目的地选择到在线选购习惯和旅行目的地的活动的购买，以及对贯穿整个旅游过程的各种行为和动机都进行了考察。Analysts: Maggie Rauch, Ershan Wang, Mark Blutstein, Bing Liu, Douglas QuinbyTopic: Consumer TrendsSegments: Air, Car Rental & Ground Transportation, Hotels & Lodging, Online Travel Agencies, Rail, Tours & PackagesRegion: Asia PacificResearch Type: Report
Download the presentation deck and audio recording of the May 23, 2016 webinar - sponsored by InterGlobe Technologies - to understand how to influence the exploding influx of Chinese travelers into destinations globally.Analyst: Maggie RauchTopic: Consumer TrendsSegments: Air, Car Rental & Ground Transportation, Hotels & Lodging, Online Travel Agencies, Rail, Tours & PackagesRegion: Asia PacificResearch Type: Report
Expedia and Booking.com continue to dominate the U.S. online travel agency space, and the two are making deeper inroads into segments outside flights and hotels. The two segment leaders, along with other key players such as Google and TripAdvisor’s Viator, are actively targeting the travel activities market. Meanwhile, OTAs seek other ways to gain an edge, and are exploring voice, machine-learning and chat-based functionality. This report explores the most notable trends and stories that are currently impacting the U.S. OTA landscape.Analysts: Alice Jong, Cathy WalshTopic: Market Overview & SizingSegment: Online Travel AgenciesRegion: U.S. & CanadaResearch Type: Report
A decade has passed since Bitcoin’s mysterious founder published a paper describing blockchain, the technology behind the world’s first decentralized cryptocurrency. Exuberant evangelists have since touted blockchain’s potential to solve many of the world’s problems. Pundits claim it will revolutionize the global economy, end poverty, eliminate identity theft and transform the future of work. Blockchain is also held up as our best chance to save the Internet, countering the power of giants like Facebook and Amazon by reviving the open-protocol ethos of the early web.Analyst: Cathy WalshTopic: Technology InnovationResearch Type: Report
Online travel agencies (OTAs) charged forward in 1H16 following 2015’s year of consolidation. Rising online penetration and travel demand continued fueling Asia Pacific’s (APAC) rapid growth, and APAC OTAs chipped away at U.S. OTAs’ global market share of gross bookings. Hoteliers challenged OTAs with more aggressive direct booking tactics and APAC intermediaries continued unsustainable discounting schemes that grew market share but hurt profits. Collective gross bookings from eight publicly reported OTAs surged despite unpredictable external events such as European terrorist attacks, the Zika outbreak and “Brexit.”Analysts: Alice Jong, Douglas QuinbyTopic: Market Overview & SizingSegment: Online Travel AgenciesRegions: Asia Pacific, Europe, U.S. & CanadaResearch Type: Report
As the post-recession U.S. economy becomes steadier, travel has enjoyed the ride. While demand is high for all types of travel – domestic, inbound and outbound – the impact on the bottom line varies by segment. U.S. Online Travel Overview Fifteenth Edition provides comprehensive market sizing of the U.S. travel industry, with a focus on the purchase, distribution and marketing of travel booked by the leisure or unmanaged business traveler. The report highlights the trends that have driven the growth of the online channel, and features a comprehensive view of the U.S. travel landscape from 2013-2017.Analysts: Maggie Rauch, Robert Cole, Michael Coletta, Lorraine SileoTopic: Market Overview & SizingSegments: Air, Car Rental & Ground Transportation, Cruise, Hotels & Lodging, Online Travel Agencies, Rail, Tours & PackagesRegion: U.S. & CanadaResearch Type: Report