London, UK (PRWEB) December 12, 2014
Market Publishers Ltd and the Travel & Tourism Intelligence Center signed a partnership agreement for quality market research promotion on the Internet. MarketPublishers.com is now authorised to distribute and sell research reports worked out by the Travel & Tourism Intelligence Center.
In her comments on the agreement, Natalie Aster, Assistant Manager at Partners Department, noted: “Headquartered in London, the Travel & Tourism Intelligence Center is a leading provider of the best quality market data and analyses for companies, countries and regions. Hundreds of multilingual professionals are employed to work in close rapport with key industry leaders from pole to pole to ensure that crucial information is supplied directly from source. In today’s rapidly evolving and highly competitive global travel and tourism market the company’s intelligence and deep insights give clients a head start to their business rivals.” She also added: “We are pleased to have partnered with the Travel & Tourism Intelligence Center and believe that our cooperative efforts will help both parties achieve much success while at the same time benefitting our valued clients.”
In-demand Market Research Reports by the Travel & Tourism Intelligence Center:
The Global Luxury Hotels Market to 2018. The performance of the world’s luxury hotels market has recovered from the slowdown recorded in 2009-2013 due to the financial crisis and recession. In the next few years, the sector is expected to keep on expanding owing to the upsurge in tourism flows and spending. In 2013, the USA took the lead in the luxury hotel market in terms of revenue and the number of establishments; it recorded USD 43.9 billion in revenue in 2013, which is more than double China, its main competitor, which gathered the overall revenue of USD 20.6 billion in the same year. The research report provides comprehensive market analysis and insights, covering historical and forecast market data pertaining to the global luxury hotels market across 40 countries.
Travel and Tourism in the US to 2018. Domestic tourism represented more than 96.5% of the total trips as of 2013, which bears witness of its dominance in the US tourism market. The number of domestic trips is projected to grow from 2.1 billion in 2013 to 2.2 billion by 2018. Domestic tourist spending will likely post 5.45% CAGR over the forecast period and reach the USD 945.4 billion mark in 2018. The country posted growth in international arrivals from the emerging world, particularly the BRIC nations during the review period. This increase was supported by liberal visa policies introduced by the USA and rising disposable incomes in these countries. The report is a source of valuable information on the USA travel and tourism sector, presenting a granular analysis of tourist expenditure patterns in the country for various market categories, offering market classification across each category, examining different intermediaries industries, etc.
Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2018. Recovering from the slowdown the rate of growth in 2009 owing to the financial crunch, the Canadian tourism sector prospered during the historical period, with tourist volumes expanding in the post-crisis period. The sector’s growth is mainly attributed to the nation’s strong economic situation and the promotional efforts of Canada's national tourism marketing organisation, Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC). During 2009−2013, the volumes of the country’s domestic tourists surged at a CAGR of around 4.7%. More data and information on Canada’s travel and tourism sector, including historic and forecast market figures, the demand-side dynamics, major market trends and growth opportunities, the competitive landscape and profiles of the leading companies, among other issues, can be found in the study.
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