Global Travel & Tourism Industry Almanac (2014 to 2023) - ResearchAndMarkets.com

The "Travel & Tourism Global Industry Almanac 2014-2023" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: Industry size (value 2014-18, and forecast to 2023). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the Industry.

Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the global travel & tourism Industry. Includes Industry size and segmentation data, textual and graphical analysis of Industry growth trends and leading companies.

Scope

  • Save time carrying out entry-level research by identifying the size, growth, major segments, and leading players in the global travel & tourism Industry
  • Use the Five Forces analysis to determine the competitive intensity and therefore attractiveness of the global travel & tourism Industry
  • Leading company profiles reveal details of key travel & tourism Industry players' global operations and financial performance
  • Add weight to presentations and pitches by understanding the future growth prospects of the global travel & tourism Industry with five year forecasts

Reasons to Buy

  • What was the size of the global travel & tourism Industry by value in 2018?
  • What will be the size of the global travel & tourism Industry in 2023?
  • What factors are affecting the strength of competition in the global travel & tourism Industry?
  • How has the Industry performed over the last five years?
  • What are the main segments that make up the global travel & tourism Industry?

Key Topics Covered:

1 Executive Summary

2 Introduction

3 Global Travel & Tourism

3.1. Market Overview

3.2. Market Data

3.3. Market Segmentation

3.4. Market outlook

3.5. Five forces analysis

3.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

4 Travel & Tourism in Asia-Pacific

4.1. Market Overview

4.2. Market Data

4.3. Market Segmentation

4.4. Market outlook

4.5. Five forces analysis

5 Travel & Tourism in Europe

5.1. Market Overview

5.2. Market Data

5.3. Market Segmentation

5.4. Market outlook

5.5. Five forces analysis

5.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

6 Travel & Tourism in Finland

6.1. Market Overview

6.2. Market Data

6.3. Market Segmentation

6.4. Market outlook

6.5. Five forces analysis

6.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

7 Travel & Tourism in France

7.1. Market Overview

7.2. Market Data

7.3. Market Segmentation

7.4. Market outlook

7.5. Five forces analysis

7.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

8 Travel & Tourism in Germany

8.1. Market Overview

8.2. Market Data

8.3. Market Segmentation

8.4. Market outlook

8.5. Five forces analysis

8.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

9 Travel & Tourism in India

9.1. Market Overview

9.2. Market Data

9.3. Market Segmentation

9.4. Market outlook

9.5. Five forces analysis

9.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

10 Travel & Tourism in Indonesia

10.1. Market Overview

10.2. Market Data

10.3. Market Segmentation

10.4. Market outlook

10.5. Five forces analysis

10.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

11 Travel & Tourism in Italy

11.1. Market Overview

11.2. Market Data

11.3. Market Segmentation

11.4. Market outlook

11.5. Five forces analysis

11.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

12 Travel & Tourism in Japan

12.1. Market Overview

12.2. Market Data

12.3. Market Segmentation

12.4. Market outlook

12.5. Five forces analysis

12.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

13 Travel & Tourism in Mexico

13.1. Market Overview

13.2. Market Data

13.3. Market Segmentation

13.4. Market outlook

13.5. Five forces analysis

13.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

14 Travel & Tourism in The Netherlands

14.1. Market Overview

14.2. Market Data

14.3. Market Segmentation

14.4. Market outlook

14.5. Five forces analysis

14.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

15 Travel & Tourism in North America

15.1. Market Overview

15.2. Market Data

15.3. Market Segmentation

15.4. Market outlook

15.5. Five forces analysis

16 Travel & Tourism in Norway

16.1. Market Overview

16.2. Market Data

16.3. Market Segmentation

16.4. Market outlook

16.5. Five forces analysis

16.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

17 Travel & Tourism in Russia

17.1. Market Overview

17.2. Market Data

17.3. Market Segmentation

17.4. Market outlook

17.5. Five forces analysis

17.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

18 Travel & Tourism in Singapore

18.1. Market Overview

18.2. Market Data

18.3. Market Segmentation

18.4. Market outlook

18.5. Five forces analysis

18.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

19 Travel & Tourism in South Africa

19.1. Market Overview

19.2. Market Data

19.3. Market Segmentation

19.4. Market outlook

19.5. Five forces analysis

19.6. Macroeconomic Indicators

20 Travel & Tourism in South Korea

21 Travel & Tourism in Spain

22 Travel & Tourism in Sweden

23 Travel & Tourism in Turkey

24 Travel & Tourism in The United Kingdom

25 Travel & Tourism in The United States

26 Travel & Tourism in Australia

27 Travel & Tourism in Brazil

28 Travel & Tourism in Canada

29 Travel & Tourism in China

30 Travel & Tourism in Denmark

31 Company Profiles

31.1. McDonald's Corp

31.2. Yum! Brands, Inc.

31.3. Restaurant Brands International Inc

31.4. Choice Hotels International Inc

32 Appendix

Companies Mentioned

  • McDonald's Corp
  • Yum! Brands, Inc.
  • Restaurant Brands International Inc
  • Choice Hotels International Inc
  • Shanghai Jin Jiang International Hotels (Group) Co Ltd
  • Marriott International Inc
  • Wyndham Hotels and Resorts LLC
  • Doctor's Associat

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