Marketing strategies for tourism destinations: A competitive analysis: Travel Daily News

european travel commissionThe new European Travel Commission project focuses on six high potential markets, namely Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, Russia and the United States. This fact-finding research offers a bird’s-eye view of the competitive environment in the global tourism marketplace, and a portrait of the tourism strategy and marketing activities of competing destinations in each market.

In an increasingly vibrant landscape, marked by new players, technological innovation and rapidly changing consumers, the need arises for European destinations to closely monitor others’ effort to win market shares in the global tourism market.

This report is meant to support private and public organisations in the tourism sector to achieve a better understanding of the environment in which they operate. Its aim is to provide meaningful knowledge about best prospect markets, and the tourism strategies destinations worldwide have implemented in these key markets.

This report is part of a broader study tailor made for European tourism destinations in general and ETC members in particular.This project focuses on six high potential markets, namely Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, Russia and the United States. This fact-finding research offers a bird’s-eye view of the competitive environment in the global tourism marketplace, and a portrait of the tourism strategy and marketing activities of competing destinations in each market.

Information has been gathered through publicly available documents, and eventually enriched with first-hand information gathered through personal interviews with NTOs marketing directors, representatives of the travel trade and experts. Key results are presented in this executive summary, conceived for dissemination to the public at large. In this analysis, Europe is defined as the 33 countries which are members of the European Travel Commission plus France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

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