Denmark Tourism Sector Scrutinised in BMI RESEARCH Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com23 Mar 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Denmark cannot boast a large tourism industry, since this industry is one of the smallest ones in Western Europe. This can be attributed to low awareness of tourist attractions located in this country amongst tourists and a high competition from other European destinations.
However, international arrivals are expected to demonstrate sustainable growth over the period 2016-2020. Since the country will remain dependent upon neighboring countries, its tourism marketplace will be highly vulnerable to any economic declines taking place in the region.
Expansion of transport connections to other markets (e.g. Asia and North America) will ignite growth of the country’s tourism marketplace and create a market with a higher level of sustainability over the long term.
At present, the country is working on improvement of international air connectivity. For instance, Copenhagen Airport registered an almost 4 percent increase in passengers in 2015.
New research report “Denmark Tourism Report Q2 2016” elaborated by BMI RESEARCH offers an in-depth analysis of the tourism sector in Denmark. The study contains a thorough overview of this sector. It comprises a SWOT analysis and valuable data on the sector (e.g. inbound tourism, tourism receipts, hotel accommodation, and more). The report unveils industry and tourism risk/reward indices. The research study canvasses the competitive landscape and covers domestic as well as international hotel groups. It includes historical data for this sector and forecast figures through 2020.
Denmark Tourism Report Q2 2016
Published: March, 2016
Price: US$ 1,295.00
Please note that this report includes 3 FREE quarterly updates.
Other country tourism sector reports Q2 2016 comprise:
More new reports by our market research partner are available at BMI RESEARCH page.