We’re excited about the launch of our new report: Chaos to Collaboration, a research study examining how technological innovation will impact and improve travel in the coming decade and beyond.
For some years now, we have made our research reports available online, sharing with you our insights and predictions on trends affecting all players in the travel industry, with airline industry reports, tourism market trends and business travel market movements delivering insight on both the current state of the industry as well as looking ats what is to come. We thought you might like to take a look back at our Amadeus Traveller Series before the next launch:
Travel Gold Rush is focused specifically on the challenges and opportunities facing airlines and travel agents. The report also looks at potential new revenue opportunities and drivers of profitability, changing traveller tastes and preferences, and new models driving future growth. This looks at world travel trends, delves beyond just business tourism to deliver an airline and travel market report which is set to become required reading across the travel industry.
“The Amateur-Expert Traveller” combines interviews with 30 travel industry thought leaders together with a survey of almost 3,000 global travel experts to bring you a comprehensive report on new travel trends and how the recession is impacting them. From tourism marketing through to world travel trends, this report is as useful to smaller local travel markets as it is to the world travel market.
“The Austere Traveller: the effect of corporate cutbacks on hotels”is a global survey of business travellers commissioned by Amadeus from the Economist Intelligence Unit and looks at questions such as “What type of hotel is most likely to benefit from this new atmosphere of austerity? As business travellers of all budgets shift down a gear, what are the hallmarks of good service to today’s business travellers?” With business tourism set to continue operating in an environment of austerity, understanding how and where this travel market is moving and what the business traveller looks for and needs will be key for future business success.
“Future Traveller Tribes” brings together major trends in consumer behaviour, geo-economics/ politics and technology to understand what the most dominant and interesting groups of travellers will be in the next 10-15 years. Understanding what will be making travel industry news is what sets our reports apart and this one will be no different. We have a global travel vision and our understanding of the human reasons behind the tourism statistics will help your business shine.