The needs of the modern business traveler are changing.
As efficiency and healthy living have become top priorities, travel brands would be smart to listen to the evolving desires of road warriors in order to win more business and build better loyalty.
From Wi-Fi to mobile apps, technology is changing how business travelers worldwide get work done, get around and stay productive when they’re on the road, according to the first GBTA Business Traveler Sentiment Index™ Global Report in partnership with American Express.
The data used for this study was collected in a large-scale business traveler survey conducted by CWT between May and October 2014.
Congratulations to our two TTRA Canada graduate student research award winners - Tom Griffin and Maria Lynn!
As part of our commitment to serve you better TTRA Canada is conducting a membership survey for 2015 to gather an up to date understanding of the needs and wants of its members.
This year’s TTRA International Conference theme, held in Portland June 15th to 17th, was “Turning Insights into Actions”, apt for a global organization of practitioners, educators and users of research whose purpose is not only to enhance the quality of tourism research, but to share it.
The global tourism market generates US$1.2 trillion in tourism receipts and is growing rapidly. While growth in international tourist arrivals globally was 5% in 2013, Canada saw growth of only 1.5%.
This year’s TTRA Canada Conference will officially welcome delegates at an opening night reception and student poster session in the stunning Niagara room at the Marriott Fallsview Hotel.
Travel & Tourism generated, a total impact of US$ 80 billion of Canada's GDP in 2014.
Each year, WTTC produces reports covering the economic contribution of the travel & tourism sector in 184 countries, 24 regions and the world as a whole.