Thank you for contacting ReportLinker and submitting your question. Of the many reports within our portal, we have selected four to help answer your question about market data for either global or European tourism.
The first report, called Global Tourism is a 34 page report published by Ibisworld in November 2015. It covers the scope, size, disposition, growth, sensitivities and success factors. It also features profiles of key industry players, their market shares and five year forecasts. The study shows that there has been steady tourism growth in the five years to 2015, with international tourist arrivals continuing to grow. Growing per capita disposable income and improving consumer sentiment are expected to help continue this growth.
The second report, Global Travel & Tourism was published by Marketline in January 2015. It is a 34 page study that includes a qualitative and quantitative summary as well as information on market size, competition, trends and key players. It includes a historical analysis from 2010-14 and a forecast to 2019. The global travel and tourism industry had total revenues of $4.7 trillion in 2014, with a CAGR of 6.2% from 2010-2014. The restaurant segment is the most lucrative, with 2.8 trillion or 58.6% of the total industry’s market value.
The third report is called Travel Industry Forecast Review. It is a 54 page report published in April 2014 by Euromonitor International. It analyzes the market sizes, company shares, brand shares and distribution data. It features both historical data and a five year forecast. It looks at the trends, key players, emerging geographies, categories and issues. It also covers the factors that affect the industry, such as innovation, pricing, channel distribution, lifestyle and economic influence. Tourists from emerging markets are leading growth and online travel is becoming more and more important.
The fourth report, Travel & Tourism in Europe was published in January 2015 by Marketline. It is 29 pages long, featuring a qualitative and quantitative analysis from the European perspective. It has profiles on the key players, information on competitive pressures, market size data and trends. It also includes a five forces analysis. The European travel and tourism industry had total revenues of just over 1 trillion in 2014, with a CAGR of 3.1% from 2010-2014. It is forecast to accelerate between 2014-2019, with a CAGR of 4.2% and an expected value of $1.27 billion in 2019.
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