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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

TCI Research to speak at California Marketing Outlook Forum

Conference – Dream & Learn big in California with TCI Research! Consumer decision-making has always been shaped by external forces. As an industry, it is critical that California tourism businesses and destinations alike understand what current and emerging global trends inform traveler choices so that they can develop strategic and competitive marketing initiatives in 2017 and in years to […]

TCI Research to speak at TTRA Marketing Outlook Forum

October 24/10 – Meet us at Fort Lauderdale ! TCI Research is delighted to be speaking at and sponsoring the leading US conference about tourism & travel taking place in Florida. A keynote will be addressed during the MICE and Business Panel gathering US and international CVBs, Venues and MICE industry players. By digging into its TRAVELSAT […]

TCI Research at SOTIC conference (Caribbean)

A keynote addressed to Caribbean Tourism players about the sharing economy impact AirB&B, Uber…  the sharing economy is massively impacting the tourism and travel sector and raises lots of controversies among DMOs today. What percentage of international tourists really use collaborative platforms during their stay ? Do they have different profile from the average ? […]