When will we all get on the same page concerning the worldwide health emergency threatening everything we’ve built for centuries?
In the understatement of the century, Phocuswright experts claim tavel won’t recover from the impact of the coronavirus crisis before 2025.
According to two important studies show, tourism businesses lag far behind in the application of new technologies that help e-commerce.
Coming to Dublin, Ireland, PhoCusWright Europe delivers travel’s most innovative thinkers and leaders for a connect conference and workshops May 19 – 21, 2014. Keynote presentations, debates, innovations and new ideas from some of the industry’s best and brightest are on tap.
Key findings from PhoCusWright, presented by Tnooz, reveal the strength of Europe’s holiday rental segment. Despite the complexities of the European holiday rental market, the potential for revenue there is undeniable, PCW estimates the current in the report titled: PhoCusWright’s European Vacation Rental Marketplace: 2011-2013. €20 billion euro is one powerful incentive for studying rentals.
Everyone in the business of travel distribution knows mobile is the most influential sector of the booking segment. A new report from the world’s leading travel authority, PhoCusWright, tells of mobile’s value upcoming. According to the research company bookings via mobile will exceed $8 billion in 2013 in the US alone.
TripAdvisor, currently the largest travel portal in the world, yesterday announced via a press release that it had reached a milestone of 50 million unique visitors each month, becoming the first stand-alone travel site to do so, according to statistics provided by comScore.
More and more travel companies are interpreting Eastern Europe as the next big thing in tourism, a report from PhoCusWright says. An upcoming study is set to report on emerging holiday destinations such as Poland and Russia, and put the spotlight on what they have in store for travelers.