Chinese technology is worldwide influencing the Travel & Tourism industry, especially when it’s time to pay.
The sharing economy applied to the short-term rentals has been developing, often facing different Countries’ regulations.
The Chinese market has been affecting the tourism sector and its policies for several years.
Cruise companies are designing new strategies to increase the number of passengers on board.
In the last years, mobility is being one of the focuses of several State’s policies and, mainly in Europe, enhanced new business opportunities, such as in the bus and train sectors...
Chinese travellers are increasingly choosing European destinations for the winter holidays.
Customised experiences are the key to satisfy the expectations of a target of tourists.
The number of Chinese travellers is growing yoy, now demanding for high-quality experiences easy to organise.
New emerging markets are advancing in the medical and wellness tourism segments.
2018 is here and new trends are defining the Travel & Tourism industry
In China, companies operating in the bike sharing sector are receiving several investment rounds.
Chinese tourists' travel preferences are changing, defining new trends for 2017.
An emerging class of Chinese travellers shows a particular interest towards wellness tourism.
Glamping is a growing trend, and combines contact with nature with luxury services.
GenZ, Millennials, GenX and Baby Boomers: each generation has its own travel habits and preferences.