Whether you’re a hotelier, travel agent provider or working in domestic hospitality we show you how and where business risks are most concentrated and highlight investment opportunities waiting to be taken in global Tourism markets.

The Service

We monitor 42 global markets, keeping you up-to-date with key developments including total arrivals, arrivals by country, total outbound departures, outbound departures by country, hotel numbers and industry value, travel methods, and international tourism receipts.

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Daily Views

Actionable analysis across 42 global markets. Keep up-to-date with emerging trends, risks and opportunities affecting your organisation. From government programmes to economic fluctuations; new project developments to hotel expansions and security threats, all analysis is available via the platform or as customisable daily email alerts.

Reports & Strategic Content

In-depth reports on 42 global markets. We combine macroeconomic forecasts with industry specific analysis to produce quarterly reports covering economic and political outlooks, 5 and 10-year industry forecasts, regulatory regimes, competitive landscapes and industry trends. Global company strategy reports cover major tourism firms including Genting Malaysia, Accor, Shangri-La Asia and Barcelo Hotels and Resorts.

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Data & Forecasting

Compare and export data for 145 global markets. You can quickly and easily access 1.24m+ lines of data, with 5 or 10-year forecasts across developed, emerging and frontier markets.

Analyst Access

Direct access to our Tourism analysts. Discuss key views and forecasts with the experts behind the analysis and gain insight on the key issues affecting your organisation.

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Unique Benefits

Connected coverage

Integration with our Infrastructure, Country Risk, and Freight Transport research teams means you benefit from cross-vertical views and analysis on key issues impacting the Tourism industry.

Track record

The Tourism team has a proven track record in monitoring industry developments and evolving business strategies, highlighting the most pertinent risks and opportunities in your chosen markets.

We cover 195 global markets, specialising in frontier and emerging markets

Who buys and why?

Decision makers from multinational corporations, banks, travel agents, hotel groups, airlines and infrastructure companies use our Tourism analysis to inform their strategic, investment or operational decisions. Decision makers from multinational corporations, banks and MGR corporations use our Retail research to inform their strategic, investment or operational decisions.

Consultancies and sector specialists leverage our independence and expertise to further their views and advise clients and partners in the most informed way.

Government departments use our analysis to help shape policy and guide fully rounded decision making within a multi-sector and macro-strategy environment.

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