Travel Industry Surveys

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    Travel Industry Survey

    Among this year's findings: The number of home-based agents continues to rise, albeit at a slower pace, and retailers are increasingly acknowledging the power of social media as marketing tools, while GDS use continues to decline. More»

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    Presenting the Travel Weekly 2012 Travel Industry Survey

    From supplier relationships to agent psychographics, social media and more: Travel Weekly's annual survey of retail travel sellers again refeals the trends that drive agents and their revenue models. More»

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    2011 Travel Weekly Travel Industry Survey

    Each year, Travel Weekly's Travel Industry Survey examines agency trends, booking patterns, technology usage, agent psychographics and more. This year's key findings: The biggest agencies are at the forefront of the recovery as agents' attitudes take a turn to the positive. Meanwhile, ASTA's research reveals that technology tools are underused. More»

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    2010 Travel Weekly Travel Industry Survey

    Amid some troubling findings -- a growing discontent within the travel agent profession, a lag in the use of social media and other technologies -- this year's survey finds glimmers of good news as the idea of recovery takes root among agents. More»

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    2009 Travel Weekly Travel Industry Survey

    As the U.S. economy takes the first halting steps toward a recovery, Travel Weekly presents industry research designed to help our readers measure, compare and build for the future. More»

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    2008 Travel Weekly Travel Industry Survey

    As the travel industry moves into the final months of a difficult year and prepares for better days, Travel Weekly hopes this survey will provide some of the answers and some of the insights that will make a difference for all of us. More»

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    2007 Travel Weekly U.S. Travel Industry Survey

    Travel Weekly's 2007 U.S. Travel Industry Survey reviews distribution with the travel industry:  who sells what, where, why and how.  Featured among many articles in this year's issue is GDS data indicating that agencies using a secondary GDS is slightly on the rise.  Also explored is the impact of various booking methods, types of sales and commission arrangements on agency profits. More»

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    2006 Travel Weekly U.S. Travel Industry Survey

    Around the world tourism's big numbers add up.  Featured articles include:  "Today's agencies, through a looking glass", "One-woman agency on path to $2 million year", "How tourism's big numbers add up" and "Will higher prices hurt travel sales?".  Overall 2006 was full speed ahead despite the fuel costs. More»

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    2004 Travel Weekly U.S. Industry Survey

    Travel Weekly's 2004 U.S. Travel Industry Survey  covers ARC agencies, Agent hosting (who to trust), Call Centers, Corporate agents, ASTA research.  The American Traveler Survey details consumer results by leisure travel and business travel segments.

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    2000 Travel Weekly U.S. Travel Agency Survey

    Analyzes the agency marketplace in terms of business and leisure travel, supplier relationships, technology, and agency organization, i.e. fees, as well as agency partnerships and staffing issues.

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  • Consumer media discover that travel agents do exist

    "Contrary to some thoughts, travel agents do exist ... We are usually able to get clients better prices, and we know we can see that clients have better experiences. And as our personal motto is: Our Service Travels With You."


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