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World Cup Impact on destination sentiment

Why France has won much more than a football cup…           Social web shared emotions and experiences impacting France as a travel destination brand have been absolutely amazing. Using its TRAVELSAT Pulse Sentiment Tracker, TCI Research has captured real-time and long-term e-rep benefits that France (and other destinations) are getting from […]

City Sentiment Index endorsed by ECM!

During the ECM Annual Convention in vibrant Malmö  gathering 200+ leaders from European cities, TCI Research proudly presented the first results from its new City Sentiment Index powered by TRAVELSAT© Pulse, an innovative Big-Data based Social Web Sentiment Tracking solution.   Using an advanced social listening analytic protocol, TCI Research analysts consolidate reputation insights of 200+ […]

Visitor satisfaction: France improves its competitive position!

Paris, 1st June 2018 TCI Research has presented the latest results from its TRAVELSAT Competitive Index at the French Ministry of Tourism in Paris, gathering about 200 French tourism public and private leaders. Insights combining competitive survey-based and Big Data analytics confirmed the positive trend in place regarding to visitor satisfaction and destination competitiveness. The […]

TCI Research helps Provence Position on Arts of Living international visitors

TCI Research revealed TRAVELSAT data-based recommendations to 300+ tourism professionals in Aix-en-Provence What a pleasure to share insights to a professional audience made of active destination local players! Tourism offices, Policy Makers, inbound TOs and OTAs, various Provence and South of France brand ambassadors (wineries, oil producers…), hotels and hospitality players, all of them attract and delight […]

“Narcos” impact on Tourism in Colombia

TCI Research estimates that 1 in 10 visitors in Colombia is directly influenced by the “Narcos” TV series… Read more from this excellent Bloomberg article Read our latest snaphot on film-tourism influence: 80 million film-induced tourists