Articles tagged “skift research”

More U.S. Consumers Plan to Spend More on Travel Over Next 12 Months Than Before the Pandemic: Skift’s Latest Travel Tracker

More U.S. Consumers Plan to Spend More on Travel Over Next 12 Months Than Before the Pandemic: Skift’s Latest Travel Tracker

Haixia Wang, Skift Research

When and how consumers will travel again might have a lot to do with how their lives are impacted by Covid-19. Our April travel tracker analysis delves into the details.

2 months ago

Look Back to 2008 for a Glimpse at Travel’s Coming Recovery: New Skift Research

Look Back to 2008 for a Glimpse at Travel’s Coming Recovery: New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift Research

The green shoots of travel's recovery are starting to appear. No two crises are alike, but by studying the last recession, we can glean hard-earned insights into the direction travel will take over the next few months and years.

2 months ago

What a Covid-Paralyzed Travel Industry Can Learn From the Financial Crisis: New Skift Research

What a Covid-Paralyzed Travel Industry Can Learn From the Financial Crisis: New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift Research

History doesn’t repeat, but it often rhymes. While Covid-19 has different root causes than the financial crisis of 2008, there are still lessons to be learned from the last crisis that apply to travel today.

2 months ago

Finding Travel Marketing Opportunities Even With Covid-Related Budget Cuts: New Skift Research

Finding Travel Marketing Opportunities Even With Covid-Related Budget Cuts: New Skift Research

Haixia Wang, Skift

Budget cuts without an optimization strategy risks falling behind in market share and revenue when the economy bounces back. Leading travel marketing executives share similar tactics and strategies.

2 months ago

41 Percent of Americans Say First Trip Will Be by Car Within 100 Miles: Skift Research Travel Tracker

41 Percent of Americans Say First Trip Will Be by Car Within 100 Miles: Skift Research Travel Tracker

Haixia Wang, Skift Research

What’s on consumers’ mind now about traveling on the other side of the pandemic? Skift Research’s third monthly travel tracker report attempts to find the answers.

2 months ago

What Hoteliers Can Learn From the 9/11 and SARS Crises: New Skift Research

What Hoteliers Can Learn From the 9/11 and SARS Crises: New Skift Research

Wouter Geerts, Skift Research

With no way of knowing how long this crisis will last or what recovery will look like, we look back at two past crises to see how the industry reacted then, and what lessons can be learned. Many, as it turns out.

2 months ago

A Third of Americans Want to Travel Again Shortly After Pandemic Is Contained: Skift Research’s Latest Travel Tracker

A Third of Americans Want to Travel Again Shortly After Pandemic Is Contained: Skift Research’s Latest Travel Tracker

Haixia Wang, Skift

What will travel look like on the other side of the pandemic? Skift Research’s monthly travel tracker looks into consumer’s changing attitudes about travel when they start to travel again.

3 months ago

How Short-Term Rentals Are Faring Better Online Than Hotels During Crisis: New Skift Research

How Short-Term Rentals Are Faring Better Online Than Hotels During Crisis: New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift

Many short-term rentals offer extra space and control over your living environment. Both attributed highly valued during this time of pandemic. Nothing's decided yet, but some early evidence suggests that short-term rentals might be doing less worse than traditional hotels peers.

3 months ago

Assessing the Coronavirus Damage to Online Travel: New Skift Research

Assessing the Coronavirus Damage to Online Travel: New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift Research

The online travel industry is marginally better positioned to deal with this current outbreak than many of their suppliers in the hotel and airline industry. Still, the damage will get worse — and be severe and long-lasting.

3 months ago

Understanding the Impact to the Virus-Hit Hotel Industry: New Skift Research

Understanding the Impact to the Virus-Hit Hotel Industry: New Skift Research

Wouter Geerts, Skift Research

There is no doubt that these are some of the toughest times for the hotel industry. Hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, the industry is on its knees. Recovery will come, but when, and in what shape, is wholly uncertain. Understanding the current situation, and what a recovery might look like, will help the industry to prepare for when that day comes.

3 months ago

Should Venture Capital Be Betting on Travel Now? New Skift Research

Should Venture Capital Be Betting on Travel Now? New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift Research

Travel is a long-term megatrend because all across the globe people appreciate the value that it brings to their lives. This holds true across a vast range of human differences — cultural, geographical, religious, historical, generational, and more.

3 months ago

Separating Hype From Emerging Tech’s Real Shortcomings Post-Crisis: New Skift Research

Separating Hype From Emerging Tech’s Real Shortcomings Post-Crisis: New Skift Research

Wouter Geerts, Skift Research

Not all tech is worth the hype. But then again, the current crisis will likely accelerate the adoption of some worthwhile emerging technologies. It’s important to know how this will impact the travel industry. We’ve set out the most important technologies to help you burst that hype bubble.

4 months ago