The luxury segment is a synonym for travelers with higher purchasing power and individual and personal experiences, supporting socially distant behavior even before the pandemic. The first data shows it will be the one that’ll bounce back the fastest!
If you too are aware that your travel business needs to be more present in the digital space, especially now in post-covid era, but you have no idea where to even start, read this blog post.
It’s no secret that tour operators have had to do many layoffs in the past year to survive the crisis. Many laid-off workers have found new jobs outside the travel industry, which is resulting in a new challenge: companies in the tourism sector now struggle to find staff.
Despite many challenges the world is still facing, the data we collected shows the beginning of global tourism recovery! Only four months ago, the future was uncertain – there were still no vaccines approved. Today, the future finally looks much brighter.
After a full year of the global pandemic, things have finally started moving forward. We can expect a huge increase in the use of travel agents and tour operators’ services in 2021 according to the research.
We’ve read a lot of predictions about how travel will look like after Covid-19. As the vaccines roll out, we see positive trends in many markets. Are you and your processes ready for the tourism comeback? In this session, we talked to Oliver Riefler, owner and founder of S-E-T-T.
Of more than 100 travelers who provided answers to our survey, 70% plan to travel internationally in 2021, with a big increase in Travel Agent services demand. To see what else travelers have to say about post-Covid travel demand, check out the infographic!
Tour operators and DMCs have done many layoffs to survive. With rising demand, expecting post-Covid travel growth, how will they recover? They face a choice: to meet the demand, should I re-hire or invest in technology?
International tourist arrivals are projected to plunge by 60 to 80 percent in 2020, and tourism spending is not likely to return to pre-crisis levels until 2024. We tried to sum up some predictions for 2021 and bring up some ideas on preparing for new demand.