Travel industry research authority Phocuswright, a division of Northstar Travel Group, has announced the appointment of Simon Lehmann as the brand’s president, effective November 1st, 2016. Lehmann brings to Phocuswright 25 years of strategic and operating experience, expertise in travel and technology and a passion for moving the industry forward
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is pleased to announce the renewal of its partnership with PhoCusWright, the leading global travel industry research authority. The affiliation will help deliver key research findings on the Asia Pacific travel marketplace.
Travel industry research authority PhoCusWright has announced a pioneering program for its premier European event, PhoCusWright@ITB Berlin, taking place Wednesday 6 March 2013 in conjunction with ITB Berlin. Now in its eighth year, PhoCusWright@ITB is designed to help executives capitalise on the advances, strategies and innovations that are shaping the global travel, tourism and hospitality marketplace.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is pleased to announce PhoCusWright as a new PATA Preferred Partner. PhoCusWright is the research authority providing information and analysis in the travel, tourism, and hospitality industry. It is headquartered in the United States with Asia Pacific operations based in India and local analysts on five continents.
Custom software development firm DataArt has announced Philip Wolf, chairman of PhoCusWright, has joined the company’s advisory board. Wolf will partner with DataArt in the area where their key strengths align: the development of technology strategies to improve the travel experience.
36% of European travellers would choose a self catered break, while 48% choosing a hotel, according to a recent survey carried out by holiday homes rental website pureholidayhomes.com.
Philip Wolf, chief executive, PhoCusWright, reveals his thoughts on what is next for the tourism industry.
A new PhoCusWright report examines traveler attitudes and behavior in three major European markets: France, Germany and the U.K.