Portrait of Asian International Travelers™
This study, the first of its kind, spotlights evolving travel preferences and behaviors of over 8,000 adults from China, India, Japan, and South Korea. It offers invaluable insights into travel plans, spending, desired destinations, factors influencing travel decisions, and a growing inclination for unique and luxurious travel experiences, providing a comprehensive understanding of this critical segment in the global tourism marketplace.
Portrait of Travelers with Disabilities™: Mobility and Accessibility
This study highlights the needs, behaviors and concerns of U.S. travelers with mobility disabilities. This traveler community spends $58.2 billion on travel annually and are going on leisure trips with nearly the same frequency as those without mobility issues. This study investigates ways that the travel industry can better meet the needs of travelers with mobility disabilities.
The Travel Industry’s Reckoning With Race and Inclusion
This is the second in a series of market research studies by MMGY Global to be informed by diverse travel advocacy organizations to better identify the needs, behaviors and sentiment of underrepresented travel communities. The study, whose name means Latin viewpoints, is the first travel research of its kind to examine the attitudes, opinions and sentiment of travelers from the United States’ fastest growing demographic group and follows MMGY Global’s release of The Black Traveler: Insights, Opportunities & Priorities report earlier this year.