Who is it for?

If you want to find your way in travel and tourism, you need to let Mintel be your guide.

Your business is truly worldwide, so you need trusted research that spans the globe. Market data, by continent and territory – sized, segmented, forecasted and shared.

You have to see the industry from all its angles. Long haul, short haul, business, MICE. Flights, hotels, cruises. Where the connections are made.

You want to follow the crowds but go off the beaten track too – discover the emerging destinations, the new formats, the innovations in accommodation, service and sales.

And you need to know the consumer as well – the travellers, the tourists, and what sets them apart. Who goes where, when and why. Where they are heading next.

How do we fit?

We put in the miles.

Mintel’s global team of industry experts knows its way round the travel and tourism market. We know the numbers, the destinations, the innovations. The products putting others in the shade.

We track the market’s emerging trends. We pick up on the cultural and behavioural shifts that are changing consumer habits and preferences. And we join the dots to help you see the full picture – not just a postcard or snapshot view.

Our researchers and analysts package data, knowledge and understanding of consumer trends into actionable insights that can inspire your own thinking and add weight to your plans. We can take you where you want to go.

Category coverage

  • Package holidays market

  • Independent holidays market

  • Specialist holidays market

  • Cruises market

  • Air travel market

  • Hotels and accommodation market

  • Domestic tourism market

  • Short/city breaks market

  • Business travel market

  • MICE

  • Holiday planning and booking market

  • Travel insurance market

  • Travel currency market


  • Consumer research

  • Population and demographics

  • Market size

  • Market share

  • Market Segmentation

  • Market forecast

  • Brand communication

  • Brand research

  • Brand preference


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Airbnb partners with the National Park Foundation

by John Poelking on Travel and Tourism

National park attendance has grown 3.21% over the first six months of 2017 compared to the same time frame in 2016, according to the National Park Service. With more than four in five Americans saying …

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