New Topical Travel, Tourism and Hotel Industry Studies by Euromonitor International Recently Published by MarketPublishers.com04 Oct 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand Euromonitor International reports have been added to its catalogue.
Global Hotels: Reshaping Hotel Experiences. The world hotel industry is significantly reshaping itself now. Unique unexpected interior designs, more interactive layouts and a healthy focus on experiences are just examples of what is going on. The study highlights hot topics, emerging geographies, categories and trends as well as pressing industry issues. It covers factual data, information on active market players and future projections review. Forecasts illustrate how the market is set to change and outlines the criteria for success …
Impact of Middle East Turmoil on Travel and Tourism. The "Arab Spring" had an immense impact on several markets, such as Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Yemen and Syria – they suffer greatly from the revolutions and primarily a lack of safety or security. Meanwhile Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar and Saudi Arabia seem to have taken advantage and managed to lure tourists back. The study covers an in-depth analysis of the developments in the Middle-Eastern travel and tourism industry and unveils a number of hot issues and future possible developments …
City Travel briefing - New York City. With strong marketing campaigns, a boosting increase in accommodation options, New York City is awaited to continue to set records for total visitors. It is said to be far ahead of its 2015 goal for annual tourists number. The study is a comprehensive guide to New York city destination. It discusses inbound, domestic and outbound tourism flows along with the main categories of travel accommodation, transportation and tourist attractions. Key trends and developments and future scenarios are covered …
More new market reports by the publisher can be found at Euromonitor International page.
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