Travel and Tourism: Attracting More International Visitors to the USA
The Commercial Service helps U.S. tourism companies including promotion bureaus, CVBs, hotels, tour operators, and more to capture international business. We support you through the activities of our Travel & Tourism (T&T) Team comprised of tourism specialists throughout the U.S.
Team members can help you understand global markets, develop international marketing plans, meet buyers at international trade shows, and much more.
Learn more about what we can do for you:
|Discover Global Tourism Markets: Tourism Forecast 2014-2018 -- Travel and Tourism Industries|
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Discover Global Tourism Markets: International Travel and Tourism Forecast 2014-2018.
On February 20, 2014 at 12:00pm (noon) EST, the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) and the Commercial Service Travel & Tourism Team hosted a webinar on international travel and tourism markets. The focus of this webinar is NTTO's 5-year Travel Forecast for International Travel developed for 2014-2018.
The Forecast for International Travel is prepared by NTTO staff using economic/demographic/social factors, Commerce historical visitation trends, input from DOC's U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service staff abroad, and other numerous and varied sources. The Forecast is based on a country-level, bottom-up consensus approach by the forecast team. Each team member develops independent country-level estimates for the top 40 visitor origin markets based on numerous quantitative data and qualitative information. These 40 markets account for 95 percent of total international arrivals.
This recorded webinar will enable participants to get a better understanding of the Forecast for each of the top ten and other select visitor origin markets, including the assumptions behind the forecasts.
Please join us for the next of these travel and tourism industry webinars. The details:
recorded on February 20, 2014
Event Cost: $50 ($25 for recording)
Webinar netreplay link will be sent after registration is received.
For questions, please contact Anastasia Xenias, PhD, at email@example.com or 212-809-2685, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com
|Anastasia Xenias, New York|
Senior International Trade Specialist
|Ron Erdmann, Office of Tourism|
|Julie Heizer, Office of Tourism|
International Trade Specialist