ETOA research provides member companies with statistics and analysis on the travel and tourism industry worldwide, with particular focus on Europe as a destination
A discussion of why exaggerated claims are made about the Olympics, the actual size of the television audience and the lack of any evidence for there being a be...
An analysis of the longer term impacts on visitor arrivals for Australia (especially versus New Zealand), and a look at the initial figures from Athens.
Following the introduction of the new Visa Code in April 2010, ETOA launched a study into the practicalities of visa processing for the Schengen Area, UK and Ir...
The welcome given to visitors and their last impression on departure is critical.
E-commerce and online marketing have transformed the travel business. Services
provided online have changed consumer and business behaviour in a way that,
Group travel for educators illustrates the importance of niche group travel.
Since the Treaty of Lisbon, the European Commission (EC) has had ‘joint
competence’ along with the EU’s nation states in regulation and policy to do with
When Beijing won the right to stage the 2008 Olympic Games, it was widely seen as a boost to its tourism prospects.The Beijing committee of the Olympic Games wa...
The purpose of this report is to look at visitor numbers at previous Olympic Games, in particular what happened to hotel demand during the Games themselves.
This report is produced in conjunction with Indian Compass, a travel website offering advice to Indians travelling to and in Europe.
European tourism growth shines light amid economic gloom
A quarterly insights report produced for the Market Intelligence Group of the European Travel Commission (ETC) by Tourism Economics (an Oxford Economics Company...
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