The Global Travel and Tourism: ‘State of the Global Hotel Industry’ report offers a comprehensive guide to the market at an international level. It looks at travel accommodation, transportation, car rental, tourist attractions and retail travel.
The Global Travel and Tourism: “State of the Global Hotel Industry” report offers a comprehensive guide to the market at an international level. It looks at travel accommodation, transportation, car rental, tourist attractions and retail travel.
It identifies the leading companies and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market, including background information on disposable income, annual leave and holiday taking habits.
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SCOPE OF THE REPORT – Scope
KEY FINDINGS – Summary of Findings – Opportunities for F&b Suppliers
OBJECTIVES AND PARAMETERS – Objectives of the Presentation
FUTURE OUTLOOK – PERFORMANCE – Global Recession Causes Unprecedented Decline – Regions Recover at Different Pace
FUTURE OUTLOOKI – PERFORMANCE – Factors Impacting Hotel Operators – Big Opportunities in Asia Pacific – Recession Leads To Falling Revenues – Future Pipeline Development – A Highly Fragmented Industry – Country Movers and Shakers
FUTURE OUTLOOK – DEMAND – Business Travel Declines – International Mice Travelers Fall by 6% in 2009 – The End of Conspicuous Consumption? – Budget Hotels Not Immune – Health and Wellness A Key Strategy. – …and Going Green – Competing Channels Apply Downward Pressure
OPERATOR STRATEGIES – Global Hotel Ranking – Regional Hotel Value Shares – 2009 – Strategies in A Global Recession – Global Expansion A Must – The Race for Asia Pacific – Niche Concepts
REGIONAL PERFORMANCE – Western Europe – Trading Down and Discounting – Eastern Europe – Russia Falls Behind – Asia Pacific Shows Dynamic Growth – Middle East and Africa – Business Haven – Latin America – Heavy Investment in Infrastructure – North America – Hotels Hit Hard
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